Travel for w/s Friday September 9

Dr John Steadman, archivist of Portsmouth History Centre based at Portsmouth Central Library     Picture:  Malcolm Wells

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Your guide to keeping on the move in Portsmouth and south-east Hampshire

ROADS

FAREHAM: Palmerston Drive, closed until October; Eastern Way, Quay Street, Western Way, Gosport Road, Portland Street until November; South Street, Titchfield until September 19; High Street until October; Maylings Farm Road until January; West Street until September 13; Titchfield Road, Stubbington, until September 13; The Avenue until September 14; Park Lane until September 17.

GOSPORT: Wych Lane, closed until February; Fareham Road until September 19; Grange Road until September 9.

HAVANT: Havant Road and Bedhampton Hill Road until October; Southleigh Road until December; New Road until November; Middle Park Way and Hulbert Road until September 23.

WATERLOOVILLE: Milton Road, Cowplain, until March; Portsmouth Road, Horndean, until December; Dell Piece West, Horndean, until December; Catherington Lane, Horndean, until September 16; London Road, Widley, until September 16.

ROWLANDS CASTLE: Durrants Road closed until October.

PORTSMOUTH: Albert Road, Burrfields Road, Copnor Road, Isambard Brunel Road, Western Road, Clarence Esplanade, Winston Churchill Avenue, Eastern Road, M275, Southwick Hill Road, Southwick Road, St Mary’s Road, Fratton Road.

SOUTHWEST TRAINS

A revised timetable is operating on Sunday between London Waterloo and Portsmouth due to engineering work. For train times check southwesttrains.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.

The lines between St Denys and Fareham will be closed all day Sunday. Services between Portsmouth and Southampton will be diverted to run via Eastleigh. Replacement bus services will run between Fareham and Southampton Central. First Great Western services from Portsmouth to Westbury and beyond will start earlier than normal and call at Eastleigh. Southern services between Brighton and Southampton will be altered. to run between Brighton and Portsmouth.

SOUTHERN RAILWAY

Track improvements and maintenance are taking place from 11.40pm on September 10 until 4am on September 12 between St Denys and Fareham. While work is taking place, buses will replace trains between Fareham and Southampton Central.

FIRST GREAT WESTERN

On Sunday services between Southampton Central and Fareham will be rescheduled with some starting earlier than normal. Services will not run between Chichester and Brighton, and will be replaced by buses.

FIRST

· Burrfields Rd in Portsmouth is closed. Service 19 to city centre will follow the normal route up Stubbington Ave to the lights. Then Copnor Rd, Copnor Bridge, Tangier Rd, Folkestone Rd, Eastbourne Rd, Chesterfield Rd, Cobden Ave. Service 19 to North End will follow the normal route into Idsworth Rd, then Cobden Ave, Eastbourne Rd, Dover Rd, Copnor Bridge, Copnor Rd, Stubbington Ave.

· Wych Lane in Bridgemary is closed. Services 81, 82 and 83: Service 81 will be replaced with journeys operating as 83 with timetable changes. Some journeys on 82 and 83 have been retimed. Service 85 and 86 will be diverted from Nobes Ave shops to Gregson Ave, Cunningham Drive and Fareham Road in both directions. Service 88 will divert from Carisbrooke Rd, Brading Ave, Brewers Lane, Nobes Ave, Gregson Avenue, Cunningham Drive and Fareham Rd. A shuttle service, G1, will run every 15 minutes between 7am and 7pm on Monday to Saturdays to link with the diverted services. The shuttle bus will run from Nobes Ave shops to Gregson Ave, Wych Lane, Tukes Ave, Carisbrooke Rd, Brading Ave, Brewers Lane.

· Due to water main repairs, part of Catherington Lane in Cowplain will be closed to all traffic. Service X40 will follow a short diversion during this closure from London Road to Kings Mede.