By Matthew McKew
Friday, March 7, 2014
SUBSTANTIAL repairs have been been completed on Alum Bay New Road.
Island Roads have installed 80metres of new drainage and rebuilt a section of the highway.
Heavy rain on already saturated ground caused a substantial section of the highway and surrounding land to collapse and slip away from the road over Christmas. The road was reduced to a single lane during the works, which stopped buses from using the route.
Needles Park manager, Marino Zanti, said: "I was really impressed with the speed at which Island Roads repaired this section of road which is critical to our business."
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by Owen Burson
7th March 2014, at 23:49:43
by Jack Woodford
7th March 2014, at 19:13:39
@Lee. They are fixing Bouldnor - haven't you seen all the kind words of thanks from those grateful West Wight dudes?
by steve paul taylor
7th March 2014, at 11:17:04
Yes 6 million dollar man Wellow and Thorley bypass is like free for all at Silverstone
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