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M9 Motorway - Road Works Speed Limit Order

 

M9 Motorway

Townlands of Kilcullen, Knockbounce, Sunnyhill, Kineagh, Castlemartin, Greenhills, Oldtown, Hillsborough, Rosetown

The County of Kildare

Road Works Speed Limit Order NRO 1/ 2015

Kildare County Council, in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 10 of the Road Traffic Act 2004, hereby makes the following Order in respect of the area comprising the administrative County of Kildare;

This order may be cited as the Road Works Speed Limit Order NRO 1/2015.

80 kilometres per hour shall be the road works speed limit for mechanically propelled vehicles on the roads specified in the First Schedule to this order.

60 kilometres per hour shall be the road works speed limit for mechanically propelled vehicles on the roads as specified in the Second Schedule to this order.

First Schedule

Roads in respect of which a Road Works Speed Limit Order of 80 Kilometres per hour is prescribed

M9 Motorway

  • Part of the northbound M9 between a point 1120 metres south of the existing Kilcullen Overbridge (M9 Junction 2) to a point 620 metres south of the Kilcullen Overbridge (Junction 2) (total 500 metres in length).
  • Part of the northbound M9 between a point 240 metres south of the existing M7/M9 Underbridge (M7/M9 Interchange) to a point 130 metres north of the M7/M9 Underbridge (M7/M9 Interchange) (total 500 metres in length).

Second Schedule

Roads in respect of which a Road Works Speed Limit Order of 60 kilometres per hour is prescribed

M9 Motorway

  • Part of the northbound M9 between a point 620 metres south of the Kilcullen Overbridge (Junction 2) to a point 240 metres south of the existing M7/M9 Underbridge (M7/M9 Interchange) where the M9 ends (total 6400 metres in length).
  • Part of the northbound M9 diverge at Kilcullen from the start of the diverge taper to a point on the diverge ramp 95 metres south of the stop line of the diverge off-ramp at Kilcullen junction (M9 Junction 2) (total 140 metres in length).
  • Part of the northbound M9 merge at Kilcullen from a point 80 metres north of the start of the merge on-ramp at Kilcullen junction (M9 Junction 2) to the end of the merge taper (total 510 metres in length).

The National Roads Authority and An Garda Síochána have no objection to these temporary speed limits.

Please note that these works are being carried out under the National Roads Authority Motorway Maintenance and Renewals Contract and any queries should be directed to the Motorway Traffic Control Centre, telephone 0818 715 100 or email operator@nraits.ie.

This Road Works Speed Limit Order will apply from Friday, 17 April 2015 to Friday, 29 May 2015 inclusive.

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