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Kessock Bridge refurbishment

From Monday 11th February, for 16 weeks, the Northbound carriageway of the Kessock Bridge will be closed for major renovation, reducing the traffic flow to a single lane in either direction.

Alleviation measures have been put in place, including traffic lights at the roundabout to minimise the impact, but with the amount of traffic at peak times, some delays are inevitable.

We anticipate that the roadworks will increase travel time to and from Tulloch Caledonian Stadium for the remainder of this season.

The junction of Stadium Road and Kessock Bridge roundabout has been altered and all traffic (except buses) must join the A9 Southbound on the new slip road.

To equalise flows, all traffic leaving our Home Car Park will be directed left towards the Harbour. To then travel South, turn left at the Courier Building, right on to Henderson Drive then left on to Henderson Road and join the dual carriageway at the traffic lights.

Those travelling to our Home games by road should allow extra time for their journey and pay attention to advisory signs which will be in place throughout the works. If travelling to Inverness from the North by car, consider car-sharing or using public transport instead.

Traffic Wardens will be on duty at the roundabout before and after our Saturday games to minimise congestion. For the Ross County game on 16th March, a Traffic Management Plan will be in place to ensure that Away Supporters' vehicles leaving the Stadium can head Northbound on the A9 with a minimum of delay.

For full details of the roadworks and real time journey planning information, visit www.trafficscotland.org

photo courtesy of www.guardian.co.uk

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