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Pratt Street & Mill Street, Kirkaldy - Temporary Traffic Restrictions on Football Home Games

KY1Published 27/07/23
Fife FP • 

What is happening?


Fife Council has made an Order under the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984, prohibiting the use by through traffic of B9157 Pratt St (from Links St to Ramsay Rd) and Mill St.

The Order is to secure the safety of pedestrians and to facilitate the safe policing of football events and will be operational 45 mins before kick-off and 30 mins following the conclusion of Raith Rovers Football Club home games and will be operational on 12/08/23; 02/09/23; 16/09/23; 07/10/23; 28/10/23; 04/11/23; 09/12/23; 23/12/23; 30/12/23; 13/01/24; 27/01/24; 17/02/24; 27/02/24; 09/03/24; 23/03/24; 06/04/24; 13/04/24; and 03/05/24. The dates and times being subject to any rescheduling of fixtures for whatever reasons and in addition to those arising as a result of cup competitions, play-off matches and friendlies. Access for emergency service vehicles, residents’ vehicles and pedestrians will be maintained. Any queries regarding this Notice should be directed to Traffic Management, Roads & Transportation Service, Bankhead Central, Bankhead Park, Glenrothes, Fife KY7 6GH or by e-mail to


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