Road Works in Líos Na Rí, Clongharinka, Co. Kildare.

Road Works in Líos Na Rí, Clongharinka, Co. Kildare.

Please note that due to necessary works at Líos Na Rí, Clongharinka,
Co Kildare. traffic management will be in operation.
The area of work is within Líos Na Rí, Housing Estate, Clongharinka
Works are due to start on Monday 7th September 2015 and are expected to be completed by Friday 11th September 2015, weather permitting.
Traffic management will be in place from 8am to 6pm daily.
Parking restrictions will apply during the works.
Emergency access will be maintained as far as practically possible.
Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

Delays can be expected.

Maynooth Municipal District
Kildare County Council
Tel: 01 6286236

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Temporary Road Closure L-6005 Canal Road from Digby Bridge to Osberstown

The Canal Road from Digby Bridge to Osberstown (L-6005) will be temporarily closed on:

Friday 4th September 2015

from: 9.30am to 15.00pm (3pm).

Diversions will be in place.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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Advance Notice – Water Interuption, Kilcullen Road Naas Wednesday 02/09/2015

Kildare County Council wishes to advise that to facititate essential maintenance works to the network the following areas will suffer a total loss of water supply from 8am to 8pm an Wednesday 02/09/2015

Esmondale, Broadfield View and Kilcullen Road Naas.

 

Customers are requested to conserve their storage supplies during this period of interuption. We regret any inconvience caused and every effort will be made to minimise this unavoidable interruption .

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Update on Closure of Carragh Bridge

For safety reasons it was necessary to close Carragh bridge last Saturday evening (22nd August). The bridge sustained substantial damage when an agricultural vehicle struck the parapet and Kildare County Council had no option but to close the bridge until repairs can be carried out.

Carragh Bridge is a very old bridge and is actually classified as a protected structure and a recorded monument (ref KD019-012). The Council has to have regard for this status in order to get the necessary approvals to carry out the required repairs and it is likely that this will lengthen the duration of the closure. It is expected that it could take 3 months before the bridge will be fit to re-open. In the meantime the Council will consider options whereby some pedestrian / cyclist access could be offered during the closure.

The Council appreciates that the closure of the bridge is an inconvenience to road users and to the community in Carragh and surrounding areas. Please be assured that every effort will be made to reopen the bridge as soon as it is safe to do so.

Updates will be posted on the Council website

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Road works in the Maynooth Muncipal District

Road Works in Straffan: 

UPDATE:   Works are now due to be completed by Thursday 3rd September:

Please note that due to necessary works on the R406, Straffan/Kill Road,  stop/go traffic management will be in operation.

The area of work is from the road junction at the Church of Ireland Church to the main entrance to The K Club ,

Works are due to start on Monday 31st August and are expected to be completed by Wednesday 2nd September.

Traffic management will be in operation from 8am to 6pm each day.

Delays can be expected.

 

 

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Parking Restrictions – Kilcock

Please note, that due to road and pavement works in The Square, Kilcock, commencing Monday 17th August, parking will not be allowed in The Square, for approximately 3 weeks.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

 

 

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New Road layout on R428 at Castlemitchell

Please note, that in order to remove the traffic lights on the Stradbally Road close to Castlemitchell Cross Roads, a new road layout will be in place for the immediate future.

Road users are asked to adhere to the traffic management operations and exercise caution at all time in the vicinity of the new road layout.

Kildare County Council thank you for your c0-operation.

 

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