Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Emergency Temporary Road Closure and “No Waiting” Restriction – at Kennington, The Avenue.
A temporary road closure and “No Waiting” restriction is to apply to a length of The Avenue whilst essential emergency sewer repair on behalf of Thames Water works are carried out.
An emergency temporary Notice has been made by Oxfordshire County Council to implement the temporary closure and restriction and will operate from: 25 July 2016. The estimated duration of the works is 10 days.
The “No Waiting” restriction means that vehicles will need to be removed from the highway where there are in place yellow “No Waiting” cones.
Please note that Emergency Notices can last up to 21 consecutive days.
Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and those residents within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works.
A copy of the drawing showing the extent of the closure and also the alternative routes for traffic is attached.
Please note that road closures are generally signed from junction to junction. This is to deter drivers from driving right up to the works site and then having to reverse or make tight turns.
Notice documents: Click links to read.
Further information regarding the works may be obtained by contacting Roisin Mahon of Cappagh Construction on 02089474000.
Oxford Bus route pdate 22-Jul-2016
Unfortunately we do not have information to hand in regards to their alternative arrangements. However Oxford Bus Company has updated their website (see below):
“The Avenue in Kennington (near Sandford Lane) will be closed from Monday 25th July for 2 weeks due to emergency sewer repairs. As a result, city35 will need to divert and will be unable to serve the following stops in both directions: Radley College, Sugworth Crescent, Pebble Hill Mobile Park, Sandford Lane and Manor Grove. During the time of this closure, passengers are advised to use the stops at Radley Church or St Swithun’s School as alternatives. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”