Road resurfacing works – Straffan Road (R406), Maynooth – Friday 24th, Saturday, 25th & Sunday 26th March 2017

Road resufracing works are scheduled for Straffan Road (R406), Maynooth from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th March 2017 – weather permitting.
Friday 24th March  -  8pm until 4am-  Stop/Go  Road restrictions in place from the Maxol Garage to the Glen Royal Junction.
Saturday and Sunday, 25th and 26th March -  7am until 9pm-  Road between Maxol Garage traffic lights and the Glen Royal Junction, to be closed to all through traffic except for Dublin/ Bus Eireann buses. 
Residents, who are served by the estates off this section of the Straffan Road, will be able to get in and out of their estates, but may be restricted on which side that access may be permitted, depending on the progress of the laying of the surface course.
Access to the train station will be maintained from at least one direction but delays may be encountered. 
There will be a diversionary route in place along the Meadowbrook Road to Bond Bridge to Parson Street to the Main Street.
Adjustments will be made to the traffic lights on the Main Street for the duration of the operations.
If the forecast changes later in the week, these opeations maybe postponed.
Maynooth Municipal District Office,
Tel: 01 6286236

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Cowpasture Footpath Improvements in Monasterevin

Kildare County Council will be carrying out footpath improvement works on the L7059 Cowpasture Road, Monasterevin.
Works will commence on Monday the 20th of March 2017, weather permitting.
It is expected that the works will take up to 3 weeks.
The working hours each day will be from 08.00 (8am) to 18.00 (6pm).
Traffic Management will be in operation for the duration of the works and delays can be expected. Local access will be facilitated.
Kildare County Council thank you in advance for your co-operation.
If you have any queries, please contact the Athy Municipal District Office on 045980486.

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Newbridge Town Road Resurfacing Works commencing 13th March

Kildare County Council have engaged a contractor to carry out road resurfacing starting 13th March in the following locations:

1- GAA Overflow Car Park

2- Patrick Street / Anne Street / John Street

The GAA Overflow Car Park will be closed Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th.

Rolling road closures will be in operation at Patrick Street, Anne Street & John Street during the road resurfacing works from Monday 13th to Thursday 16th.

Please ensure no vehicles are parked in the works area. If you are parking vehicles near the area, please leave contact details clearly visible on the front dash of the vehicle in order for contractors can make contact with you. If requested, Kildare County Council appreciate your cooperation in relocating the vehicle.

Kildare County Council thank you for your cooperation on this issue. In the event of queries or concerns relating to the works, please do not hesitate to make contact with the Kildare Newbridge Municipal District Office on 045-437556/7.

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Temporary Road Closure on the Coghlanstown Road (L-6047)

FURTHER UPDATE:

The Coghlanstown Road (L-6047) between Carnalway Cross and Ballymore Eustace will continue to be closed for the foreseeable future.

Please follow diversions in place.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused

 

UPDATE:

The Coghlanstown Road (L-6047) between Carnalway Cross and Ballymore Eustace will continue to be closed.

Please follow diversions in place.

Further updates to follow.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

 

The Coghlanstown Road (L-6047) between Carnalway Cross and Ballymore Eustace will be temporarily closed with immediate effect.

This road will remain closed until furhter notice.

Further updates to follow.

Kildare County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.

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