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Temporary Road Closure - Notice of Decision - TriAthy Triathlon




TriAthy Triathlon 2014

Kildare County Council hereby gives notice in accordance with Section 75 of the Roads Act 1993 that it will close:

(1) The R417 Carlow/Monasterevan Road from its junction with the N78 Athy/Kilcullen Road at Athy to Mageney Crossroads from 8.30a.m to 8.00p.m. on Saturday 31 May 2014.

Alternative routes: Traffic travelling north from Carlow towards Athy on the R417 (Carlow/Monasterevan Road) will be diverted at Mageney Crossroads (The Three Counties). Diversions will be via the L4009 into Castledermot and onwards to Athy via the Athy/Castledermot Road R418/N9. Traffic travelling south from Athy to Carlow will be diverted onto the Athy/Castledermot Road R418/N9 to Castledermot and via the N9 to Carlow


(2) The Levitstown/Kilkea Road for its entire length;

The R418 Athy/Castledermot Road between Kilkea and Castledermot

National School;

The Kilkea/Castledermot Road between Mullaghcreelan and Castleroe

West Cross;

The Castleroe/Beaconstown Road between Castleroe West Cross and Beaconstown Cross from 8.30a.m. to 3.00p.m. on Saturday 31 May 2014

Alternative routes: Traffic travelling north from Castledermot to Athy will be diverted at The Square, Castledermot. Diversions will be via Hobartstown (on the N9) and run to Kilkea where traffic may rejoin the R418 Athy/Castledermot Road to Athy. Traffic travelling south from Athy to Castledrmot will be diverted at Kilkea towards Hobartstown (on the N9) and then southward to Castledermot.

Please visit for further information and to register for real-time SMS updates on road closures during the event. The closures are required to facilitate the Tri-Athy Triathlon 2014. Adequate signage will be in place as agreed with the council and An Garda Síochána. Emergency access will be maintained at all times. Any inconvenience caused is regretted.

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