Truck Festival, which is taking place at Hill Farm, Steventon, near Didcot, starts this afternoon with performances from Blossoms, Black Honey, Vistas, and more. Several road closures have been put in place by Oxfordshire County Council from today until Monday (25), from 10am to 8pm. READ MORE: Truck Festival bans gazebos causing upset for attendees

They are:

  • Featherbed Lane – entire length, Road Closure from junction of A417 Reading Road to junction of Abingdon Road
  • Church Lane and The Causeway from the junction at South West end of Church Lane to junction of Saint Michaels Way
  • Stocks Lane – entire Length, from junction with the Causeway to junction with Castle Street
  • The Causeway and St Michaels Way One-Way Traffic – From the junction of High Streetand  The Causeway south – westwards to the junction of Stocks Lane and northwards on St.Michaels Way to Hanney Road
  • Abingdon Road – From junction of High Street to south of the Pack Horse Inn. Speed reduction of 60mph to 40mph
  • There will be stop-go board control as required at Church Lane rail crossing, the Abingdon Road junction with Featherbed lane, Rowstock roundabout
  • There will be temporary traffic signals at the A417/ Featherbed Lane junction, and Manual control of existing traffic signals at peak times at the A4130/B4017 junction
  • From 5pm on Sunday (24) to Monday (25) there will be temporary traffic signals on the Abingdon Road at the exit gate.

READ MORE: Sam Ryder performing at Truck Festival 2022 The alternative route for traffic wishing to avoid the event is via the A417 and A338 or A417 and A4130.

– This story was written by Gee Harland, she joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter. Gee covers Wallingford, Wantage and Didcot.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Follow her on Twitter @Geeharland

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