Extra police have been brought in to help marshal Isle of Wight Festival traffic, while teams of 4x4 Response support vehicles will help tow those stuck in mud.
On Thursday, festival-goers were forced to sleep in their cars and residents were hit by widespread disruption, however organisers have put in place a plan to avoid a repeat of the problems.
Inspector Paul Savill from the police’s event planning team said: "Our priority is preventing disruption and delays to roads and residents during the morning school run and rush hours’ period, crucially between 7.30am and 9am.
"Everyone involved in the organisation of this event has redoubled their efforts to ensure the egress of people is safe and as swift as possible.
"The exit of the remaining festival goers from all car parks is being managed carefully to control traffic flow and minimise congestion to the local community."
He said roadsweepers had cleared the main routes around the site and that tractors and 4x4s were on hand to assist in muddy conditions.
He added: "We are grateful for the public’s patience, understanding and support. Their offers of assistance is a testament to the strong community spirit that prevails at times of adverse weather.
"More police officers and staff remain on duty so we have the resources to respond to any emergencies swiftly to keep residents and festival goers safe."
He advised drivers to test their brakes by slowly and gently pressing down on the brake pedal as vehicles may take longer to stop because of the mud.
He also asked people to clean their brake lights so they were visible to other motorists and pedestrians.
*2:31pm Southern Vectis said its Route 1 service was still not stopping at the Red Jet terminal, however its Route 5 and 9 services were now running as normal.
1:10pm Police are due to end restrictions in Fairlee Road shortly. A few hundred cars remain on site according to police.
11:52am Vectis 4x4 Response and its mainland counterparts are preparing to stand down, with just a few cars left on site, according to co-ordinator John Marr.
"Over the weekend we have had about 90 vehicles on site, which is the largest single deployment for 4x4 Response. Everyone has worked extremely hard and is extremely filthy," he said.
11:08am Wightlink advised that foot passengers at Ryde were waiting approximately 20 minutes, and cars that were not booked, were waiting approximately 30 minutes at Fishbourne and 60 minutes at Yarmouth.
10:08am Island Line services between Ryde Pier Head and Shanklin are running normally following earlier delays.
9:49am Less than 500 cars remain on the fetsival site, according to the Isle of Wight Council. A spokesman said that some vehicles were towed from the mud yesterday to speed up today's operation. There were no reports of any traffic issues on the roads, a spokesman said.
9:42am Island Line services are running, with some delays, following this morning's signalling problems.
8:49am Three cars were involved in a collision at Smallbrook this morning. No-one was injured and the road remained open according to police.
8:31am Signalling problems have led to the suspension of Island Line services.
8:20am Southern Vectis Route 1 will not stop at the Red Jet terminal until further notice. All buses will start and finish at Cowes Co-op.
From 7.30am to 9am:
the number of fans leaving the site will be controlled by police to reduce the impact on residents.
Wightlink is operating a revised timetable and has advised that vehicles will not be accepted at terminals until 30 minutes prior to booked departure time.
Regular passenger commuters using season ticket or multi-link ticket holders will be treated as reserved passengers, but should arrive a minimum of 15 minutes before scheduled departure to guarantee boarding.
Red Funnel has asked vehicle passengers not to arrive more than one hour before their booked departure time. All foot passengers will be boarded on a first come, first served basis.
Holders of books of tickets, 12 month, 6 month, 30 day and seven-day season tickets, Travel Card customers, elderly and disabled customers and passengers with NHS/Hospital appointments for these dates will be prioritised but delays should still be expected. Customers are advised to allow additional time for onward connections.
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