Update on works post TT

Thank you to everyone for your cooperation over the TT period particularly in relation to attending events and parking.

Auldyn Construction and their sub-contractors are now back at work.

Below are the following areas of work: 

Loch Promenade – heras fencing is on the highway and on the footpath from Victoria Street through to Howard Street only. Parking is suspended in this area only. The walkway from the War Memorial to the Bottleneck car park will re-open from noon on Tuesday 11 June 2019. Pedestrian crossings are available at Howard Street and Granville Street. Access to all hotels and businesses are being maintained.

Howard Street – this area is being used for coaches and delivery trucks so please do not drop off or pick up on this street.

Switzerland Road to Castle Drive – tram tracks installation will continue. Coach drop off and pick up for all hotels, in front of the Best Western Palace Hotel and Casino, will continue with a shared taxi rank/drop off/pick up area further north on the footway.

All businesses at the Castle Mona Arcade have use of parking on the footway in front of this area. Pedestrians are requested to keep inside the red/white barriers. Short stay parking is available at the Castle Mona Hotel. Thank you to the Tevir Group for their support with this initiative.

Seaside from Strathallan through to Century Court. This area will be fenced on seaside of the highway. Please be aware the trams are running on the seaside track. 2 way single file traffic will be on the landside displacing all parking in this area. There will be a stop/go board manually operated on the northern end of the works, when trams are running, with a give way sign in situ at the Century Court end.

Additional parking has been facilitated at Summerland (for up to 24 hours) plus Strathallan Walkway (disc parking for 2 hours).

Work are on multiple fronts are continuing to allow the scheme to be completed by October 2020. The artist impression is how the area outside the Castle Mona Arcade will look once the scheme is completed.


Updated on 10 June 2019
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