Southampton's Itchen Bridge to close overnight for roadworks

Daily Echo: Itchen Bridge to close Itchen Bridge to close

MOTORISTS in Southampton are set for fresh traffic disruption with the closure of a major bridge.

The Itchen Bridge will be shut overnight for six days as work to create a new cycle superhighway continues.

Hundreds of motorists have already endured gridlock on the bridge when the works started in October.

The £1.7m scheme was rubberstamped by Labour city council chiefs last year and is set for completion by March next year.

The work will result in a new cycle-friendly roundabout junction between Itchen Bridge and Central Bridge and a new highway between Woolston railway station and the city centre.

When work began in October the council and its highways contractor, Balfour Beatty, were inundated with a deluge of complaints as tailbacks reached back into Woolston and motorists endured delays of up to two hours.

The council and Balfour Beatty apologised for the delays and introduced new measures to eradicate the delays.

Now the bridge is set to be shut for six nights from February 2 to 7.

The bridge will be closed from its junctions with Portsmouth Road and Central Bridge each night from 7pm to 5.30am while resurfacing takes place. Central Bridge will also be closed from its junction with Terminus Terrace to the Itchen Bridge, and Saltmarsh Road will also be closed from the Itchen Bridge to Royal Crescent Road for the same period of time.

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7:03pm Fri 10 Jan 14

For pity sake says...

I hope cyclists will have to divert as well as the cars.
I hope cyclists will have to divert as well as the cars. For pity sake

7:36pm Fri 10 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bring back the Floating Bridge I say.
Bring back the Floating Bridge I say. OSPREYSAINT

8:14pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

For pity sake wrote:
I hope cyclists will have to divert as well as the cars.
Of course, the whole bridge will be closed but it will be overnight anyway, the least likely time that a cyclist might ant to cross the bridge.
[quote][p][bold]For pity sake[/bold] wrote: I hope cyclists will have to divert as well as the cars.[/p][/quote]Of course, the whole bridge will be closed but it will be overnight anyway, the least likely time that a cyclist might ant to cross the bridge. Ginger_cyclist

8:22pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Bring back the Floating Bridge I say.
Indeed, I would quite like to see a floating bridge here like the one in Cowes.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Bring back the Floating Bridge I say.[/p][/quote]Indeed, I would quite like to see a floating bridge here like the one in Cowes. Ginger_cyclist

10:05pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Micle1974 says...

Why not have bike on one one pavement and pedestrians on ther pavement????
Why not have bike on one one pavement and pedestrians on ther pavement???? Micle1974

10:26pm Fri 10 Jan 14

dolomiteman says...

Micle1974 wrote:
Why not have bike on one one pavement and pedestrians on ther pavement????
Because that is far too sensible an idea and the council wouldn't get a big hand out of cash from the Euro greenies as it would mean that traffic flow would remain unhindered, you are forgetting that the reason for the cycle paths/ cycle traffic lights and cycle friendly junctions is too cause more traffic delays and cause more pollution so that the greenies can rant that there needs to be less cars on the road.
[quote][p][bold]Micle1974[/bold] wrote: Why not have bike on one one pavement and pedestrians on ther pavement????[/p][/quote]Because that is far too sensible an idea and the council wouldn't get a big hand out of cash from the Euro greenies as it would mean that traffic flow would remain unhindered, you are forgetting that the reason for the cycle paths/ cycle traffic lights and cycle friendly junctions is too cause more traffic delays and cause more pollution so that the greenies can rant that there needs to be less cars on the road. dolomiteman

10:49pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

dolomiteman wrote:
Micle1974 wrote:
Why not have bike on one one pavement and pedestrians on ther pavement????
Because that is far too sensible an idea and the council wouldn't get a big hand out of cash from the Euro greenies as it would mean that traffic flow would remain unhindered, you are forgetting that the reason for the cycle paths/ cycle traffic lights and cycle friendly junctions is too cause more traffic delays and cause more pollution so that the greenies can rant that there needs to be less cars on the road.
No, it's because people can easily become killers when they get behind the wheel.
[quote][p][bold]dolomiteman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Micle1974[/bold] wrote: Why not have bike on one one pavement and pedestrians on ther pavement????[/p][/quote]Because that is far too sensible an idea and the council wouldn't get a big hand out of cash from the Euro greenies as it would mean that traffic flow would remain unhindered, you are forgetting that the reason for the cycle paths/ cycle traffic lights and cycle friendly junctions is too cause more traffic delays and cause more pollution so that the greenies can rant that there needs to be less cars on the road.[/p][/quote]No, it's because people can easily become killers when they get behind the wheel. Ginger_cyclist

11:20pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Zexagon says...

What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?
What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ? Zexagon

11:29pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Zexagon wrote:
What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?
Ask Boris Johnson since SCC is trying to copy(and failing) what he did in London.
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?[/p][/quote]Ask Boris Johnson since SCC is trying to copy(and failing) what he did in London. Ginger_cyclist

12:25am Sat 11 Jan 14

fishingnut says...

why ??? sounds like a comment from a school playground!!
why ??? sounds like a comment from a school playground!! fishingnut

12:34am Sat 11 Jan 14

Mary80 says...

Zexagon wrote:
What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?
Same difference between the Devil and Super Devil
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?[/p][/quote]Same difference between the Devil and Super Devil Mary80

6:01am Sat 11 Jan 14

SFC-Matt says...

Zexagon wrote:
What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?
About £1.7 million
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?[/p][/quote]About £1.7 million SFC-Matt

8:55am Sat 11 Jan 14

Rockhopper says...

When you read about all the other traffic chaos in the City why are the Council
wasting money on a cycle superhighway.
Waste of money which could have been used on improving other areas of the road network in the City.
When you read about all the other traffic chaos in the City why are the Council wasting money on a cycle superhighway. Waste of money which could have been used on improving other areas of the road network in the City. Rockhopper

9:09am Sat 11 Jan 14

bigfella777 says...

For pity sake wrote:
I hope cyclists will have to divert as well as the cars.
Yes and why not? It wont cost us any fuel, just make us even fitter. I love a challenge
[quote][p][bold]For pity sake[/bold] wrote: I hope cyclists will have to divert as well as the cars.[/p][/quote]Yes and why not? It wont cost us any fuel, just make us even fitter. I love a challenge bigfella777

10:18am Sat 11 Jan 14

SOULJACKER says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?
Ask Boris Johnson since SCC is trying to copy(and failing) what he did in London.
It's alright having 'Boris bikes' if the people can ride them properly.
When I am working in Fleet street those things are everywhere (good advertising for Barclays though) & though many riders look quite proficient at riding a tredder, some really aren't.
Now there is so much construction going on in London, the cyclist are not being careful enough when it comes to trucks going to the building sites.
The number of cyclists that have been killed on the streets of our nations capital since the introduction of 'Boris bikes' has increased considerably I should think.
I think the council in Southampton have (as you have already said) tried to copy London & have failed miserably like they do with most things they attempt!
The case in point in my book would be Cobden bridge in rush hour...what a complete balls up!
We always had a problem there with traffic but there were never any moans from the cyclists but once SCC get their 'grubby little mits' on it & hey presto, now we have a huge traffic problem that affects other roads besides the bridge & hell of a lot of unhappy motorists.
Booooooooo to SCC, another failiure :(
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?[/p][/quote]Ask Boris Johnson since SCC is trying to copy(and failing) what he did in London.[/p][/quote]It's alright having 'Boris bikes' if the people can ride them properly. When I am working in Fleet street those things are everywhere (good advertising for Barclays though) & though many riders look quite proficient at riding a tredder, some really aren't. Now there is so much construction going on in London, the cyclist are not being careful enough when it comes to trucks going to the building sites. The number of cyclists that have been killed on the streets of our nations capital since the introduction of 'Boris bikes' has increased considerably I should think. I think the council in Southampton have (as you have already said) tried to copy London & have failed miserably like they do with most things they attempt! The case in point in my book would be Cobden bridge in rush hour...what a complete balls up! We always had a problem there with traffic but there were never any moans from the cyclists but once SCC get their 'grubby little mits' on it & hey presto, now we have a huge traffic problem that affects other roads besides the bridge & hell of a lot of unhappy motorists. Booooooooo to SCC, another failiure :( SOULJACKER

10:38am Sat 11 Jan 14

camerajuan says...

Just so we're clear, I'm almost 100% certain that the reason the council are building this is far from to create more traffic build up. More cars do that by themselves.

If you get up in the morning, knowing there is roadworks that will delay you if you drive and then drive anyway - you lose the right to complain about your delay. Avoid disruptions and they will not disrupt you.
Just so we're clear, I'm almost 100% certain that the reason the council are building this is far from to create more traffic build up. More cars do that by themselves. If you get up in the morning, knowing there is roadworks that will delay you if you drive and then drive anyway - you lose the right to complain about your delay. Avoid disruptions and they will not disrupt you. camerajuan

12:01pm Sat 11 Jan 14

SOULJACKER says...

Once they have done all these repairs, will they be removing the money buckets & letting me cross free of charge like they always said they would?

POPCORN SUTTON FOR COUNCIL LEADER :)
Once they have done all these repairs, will they be removing the money buckets & letting me cross free of charge like they always said they would? POPCORN SUTTON FOR COUNCIL LEADER :) SOULJACKER

1:42pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

SOULJACKER wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?
Ask Boris Johnson since SCC is trying to copy(and failing) what he did in London.
It's alright having 'Boris bikes' if the people can ride them properly.
When I am working in Fleet street those things are everywhere (good advertising for Barclays though) & though many riders look quite proficient at riding a tredder, some really aren't.
Now there is so much construction going on in London, the cyclist are not being careful enough when it comes to trucks going to the building sites.
The number of cyclists that have been killed on the streets of our nations capital since the introduction of 'Boris bikes' has increased considerably I should think.
I think the council in Southampton have (as you have already said) tried to copy London & have failed miserably like they do with most things they attempt!
The case in point in my book would be Cobden bridge in rush hour...what a complete balls up!
We always had a problem there with traffic but there were never any moans from the cyclists but once SCC get their 'grubby little mits' on it & hey presto, now we have a huge traffic problem that affects other roads besides the bridge & hell of a lot of unhappy motorists.
Booooooooo to SCC, another failiure :(
Yeah, though unike London, Southampton has better publicised(still hardly any publication) cycle training course, London, doesn't tell you about them until a copper catches you for something silly like walking on the pavement to get in front of a bus that's blocking an ASL but going over the toll bridge has always been a dauntig prospect on a bike due to large vehicles like big articulated trucks being allowed to use it, the buses also used to be very inconsiderate and would pass cyclists as close as possible, sometimes entering the cycle lanes, these days, most traffic using the bridge, especially buses and other large vehicles will wait until they can give a cars width when overtaking, sometimes going completely into the other lane, would also be nice if they made th cycle lanes thrugh the toll gates a bit wider, have to lean my bike to the left slightly to make sure Don't clip the brick walls but if the council really wants to know what a REAL cycle "super"highway looks like, I suggest they take a trip to any nmber of the Dutch towns and cities.
[quote][p][bold]SOULJACKER[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: What's the difference between a cycle highway and a cycle superhighway ?[/p][/quote]Ask Boris Johnson since SCC is trying to copy(and failing) what he did in London.[/p][/quote]It's alright having 'Boris bikes' if the people can ride them properly. When I am working in Fleet street those things are everywhere (good advertising for Barclays though) & though many riders look quite proficient at riding a tredder, some really aren't. Now there is so much construction going on in London, the cyclist are not being careful enough when it comes to trucks going to the building sites. The number of cyclists that have been killed on the streets of our nations capital since the introduction of 'Boris bikes' has increased considerably I should think. I think the council in Southampton have (as you have already said) tried to copy London & have failed miserably like they do with most things they attempt! The case in point in my book would be Cobden bridge in rush hour...what a complete balls up! We always had a problem there with traffic but there were never any moans from the cyclists but once SCC get their 'grubby little mits' on it & hey presto, now we have a huge traffic problem that affects other roads besides the bridge & hell of a lot of unhappy motorists. Booooooooo to SCC, another failiure :([/p][/quote]Yeah, though unike London, Southampton has better publicised(still hardly any publication) cycle training course, London, doesn't tell you about them until a copper catches you for something silly like walking on the pavement to get in front of a bus that's blocking an ASL but going over the toll bridge has always been a dauntig prospect on a bike due to large vehicles like big articulated trucks being allowed to use it, the buses also used to be very inconsiderate and would pass cyclists as close as possible, sometimes entering the cycle lanes, these days, most traffic using the bridge, especially buses and other large vehicles will wait until they can give a cars width when overtaking, sometimes going completely into the other lane, would also be nice if they made th cycle lanes thrugh the toll gates a bit wider, have to lean my bike to the left slightly to make sure Don't clip the brick walls but if the council really wants to know what a REAL cycle "super"highway looks like, I suggest they take a trip to any nmber of the Dutch towns and cities. Ginger_cyclist

12:42am Sun 12 Jan 14

Alright Treacle says...

I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project !
I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project ! Alright Treacle

3:14am Sun 12 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Alright Treacle wrote:
I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project !
What's "road tax"?
[quote][p][bold]Alright Treacle[/bold] wrote: I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project ![/p][/quote]What's "road tax"? Ginger_cyclist

3:22am Sun 12 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Alright Treacle wrote:
I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project !
Do you mean Vehicle Excise Duty that is based on carbon emissions where band A vehicles(those that produce 100g or less per mile of CO2) such as the prius, chevy volt, gee whiz, renault zoe, renault twizzy, fiat 500 twinair, golf blue motion, human powered vehicles(like bicycles) and vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells are exempt from paying VED? Also, what about all the others that don't pay? Such as the royal family, government officials, emergency services, farmers, construction contractors, owners of vehicles registered before 1972 and the military, are you going to tell all them to pay as well?
[quote][p][bold]Alright Treacle[/bold] wrote: I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project ![/p][/quote]Do you mean Vehicle Excise Duty that is based on carbon emissions where band A vehicles(those that produce 100g or less per mile of CO2) such as the prius, chevy volt, gee whiz, renault zoe, renault twizzy, fiat 500 twinair, golf blue motion, human powered vehicles(like bicycles) and vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells are exempt from paying VED? Also, what about all the others that don't pay? Such as the royal family, government officials, emergency services, farmers, construction contractors, owners of vehicles registered before 1972 and the military, are you going to tell all them to pay as well? Ginger_cyclist

4:50am Sun 12 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
Alright Treacle wrote:
I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project !
Do you mean Vehicle Excise Duty that is based on carbon emissions where band A vehicles(those that produce 100g or less per mile of CO2) such as the prius, chevy volt, gee whiz, renault zoe, renault twizzy, fiat 500 twinair, golf blue motion, human powered vehicles(like bicycles) and vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells are exempt from paying VED? Also, what about all the others that don't pay? Such as the royal family, government officials, emergency services, farmers, construction contractors, owners of vehicles registered before 1972 and the military, are you going to tell all them to pay as well?
Would love to see Treacle try to tell a couple of military guys in a Challenger 2 to pay the non-existent "road tax" on their tank when it's basically, a giant, road legal(yes I've seen tanks driving on the road), self propelled gun on tracks.
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alright Treacle[/bold] wrote: I hope cyclists are going to start paying road tax to fund this pathetic project ![/p][/quote]Do you mean Vehicle Excise Duty that is based on carbon emissions where band A vehicles(those that produce 100g or less per mile of CO2) such as the prius, chevy volt, gee whiz, renault zoe, renault twizzy, fiat 500 twinair, golf blue motion, human powered vehicles(like bicycles) and vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells are exempt from paying VED? Also, what about all the others that don't pay? Such as the royal family, government officials, emergency services, farmers, construction contractors, owners of vehicles registered before 1972 and the military, are you going to tell all them to pay as well?[/p][/quote]Would love to see Treacle try to tell a couple of military guys in a Challenger 2 to pay the non-existent "road tax" on their tank when it's basically, a giant, road legal(yes I've seen tanks driving on the road), self propelled gun on tracks. Ginger_cyclist

12:04pm Mon 13 Jan 14

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

Automated Pay to get across and now a SUPER HIGHWAY for cyclists !! Shame the money could not of been used to solve the congestion around ITCHEN BRIDGE . Another useless EXPENSE just like the added security for possible JUMPERS ! S. S. C. wasting more of OUR MONEY
Automated Pay to get across and now a SUPER HIGHWAY for cyclists !! Shame the money could not of been used to solve the congestion around ITCHEN BRIDGE . Another useless EXPENSE just like the added security for possible JUMPERS ! S. S. C. wasting more of OUR MONEY SPIKEISLANDTRADER

12:11pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
Automated Pay to get across and now a SUPER HIGHWAY for cyclists !! Shame the money could not of been used to solve the congestion around ITCHEN BRIDGE . Another useless EXPENSE just like the added security for possible JUMPERS ! S. S. C. wasting more of OUR MONEY
I agree that the cycle "super" highway they've tried and failed to copy from Lonon is a waste of money but stopping people from dying is NOT a waste of money.
[quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: Automated Pay to get across and now a SUPER HIGHWAY for cyclists !! Shame the money could not of been used to solve the congestion around ITCHEN BRIDGE . Another useless EXPENSE just like the added security for possible JUMPERS ! S. S. C. wasting more of OUR MONEY[/p][/quote]I agree that the cycle "super" highway they've tried and failed to copy from Lonon is a waste of money but stopping people from dying is NOT a waste of money. Ginger_cyclist

10:48am Sat 18 Jan 14

ChrisN says...

Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion.

Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't..
And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?
Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion. Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't.. And did it never occur to the powers-that-be? ChrisN

12:49pm Sat 18 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

ChrisN wrote:
Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion.

Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't..
And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?
Please, I'm no bigot, I use my bike almost everyday on the roads, I know what I'm talking about.
[quote][p][bold]ChrisN[/bold] wrote: Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion. Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't.. And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?[/p][/quote]Please, I'm no bigot, I use my bike almost everyday on the roads, I know what I'm talking about. Ginger_cyclist

2:44pm Sat 18 Jan 14

ChrisN says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
ChrisN wrote:
Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion.

Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't..
And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?
Please, I'm no bigot, I use my bike almost everyday on the roads, I know what I'm talking about.
But your remark, supposedly in reply to Dolomiteman's comment, is irrelevant to that suggestion, it adds nothing, it achieves nothing.. Chris
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisN[/bold] wrote: Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion. Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't.. And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?[/p][/quote]Please, I'm no bigot, I use my bike almost everyday on the roads, I know what I'm talking about.[/p][/quote]But your remark, supposedly in reply to Dolomiteman's comment, is irrelevant to that suggestion, it adds nothing, it achieves nothing.. Chris ChrisN

2:48pm Sat 18 Jan 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

ChrisN wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
ChrisN wrote:
Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion.

Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't..
And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?
Please, I'm no bigot, I use my bike almost everyday on the roads, I know what I'm talking about.
But your remark, supposedly in reply to Dolomiteman's comment, is irrelevant to that suggestion, it adds nothing, it achieves nothing.. Chris
Actually, it's perfectly relevant and true, people can easily become killers when they get behind the wheel, even if they don't intentionally kill someone.
[quote][p][bold]ChrisN[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisN[/bold] wrote: Seems to me that Dolomiteman' suggestion of cyclists on one pavement & pedestrians on the other is simple, chap & effective, Gingercyclist's bigoted comment is irrelevant & adds nothing to the discussion. Can anyone see a flaw in Dolomiteman's suggestion? 'cause I can't.. And did it never occur to the powers-that-be?[/p][/quote]Please, I'm no bigot, I use my bike almost everyday on the roads, I know what I'm talking about.[/p][/quote]But your remark, supposedly in reply to Dolomiteman's comment, is irrelevant to that suggestion, it adds nothing, it achieves nothing.. Chris[/p][/quote]Actually, it's perfectly relevant and true, people can easily become killers when they get behind the wheel, even if they don't intentionally kill someone. Ginger_cyclist

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