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Weather Advisory issued by Met Eireann at 11:00 hours Sunday, 25-Feb-2018

Update on previous Advisory. Exceptionally cold weather will occur this week. Air and ground temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees below normal, with significant wind chill and penetrating severe frosts. Snow showers, mainly affecting eastern areas on Tuesday, will progressively become more widespread and heavier through midweek, with significant and disruptive accumulations. Please also […]
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Digby Bridge L2004, Road Drainage Improvement Works.

Naas Municipal district are due to commence road drainage improvement works Monday the 26th February on a 300m section of road from Digby bridge towards Castlekeely/ Caragh L2400. Daily working hours will be 8.30am to 5.00pm Stop/Go Traffic Management will be in place for the duration of the works with detours in place when required. […]
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Carrigeen Cross Roads Upgrade L4016 / L8097

Junction upgrade works will bee carried out on the Junction of Carrigeen Cross Roads (L4016 / L8097) The works are due to commence on Monday 19th February 2018 for approximately 5days The working hours will be from 9.30am to 4.00pm each day. Stop & Go traffic management will be in place whilst works are carried […]
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Road Safety Alert – Sun glare 14 February 2018 14.04

Road Safety Alert – Sun glare 13 February 2018: The Road Safety Authority (RSA) reminding drivers to be aware of the danger posed by ‘sun glare’, which results in drivers being temporarily dazzled or blinded by the intensity and brightness of a low sun on the horizon. As clear, sunny conditions are forecast for periods […]
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R445 Dublin Road Naas, Roadworks.

Ground Investigation/Roadworks will be carried out on the R445 Dublin Road Naas. The works are due to commence Monday 12th February 2018 and will run until Friday 16th March inclusive. The working hours each day will be from 09.30am to 16.30pm, Monday to Friday. A Stop/Go traffic system will be in place during the course of […]
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R445 Naas to Newbridge road/R409 Caragh Road Junction Upgrade Works

Junction Upgrade Works will be carried out on the Junction of the R445 Naas to Newbridge Road and the R409 Caragh Road. The works are due to commence on Monday 5th February 2018 and will continue for approximately 6 weeks. The working hours each day will be from 9.30am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday. A two […]
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Emergency Road Closure – Naas Municipal District

There is an emergency road closure on the L6005 Canal Road (from Digby Bridge to the junction with the L2006 at Osberstown) This emergency road closure is due to the bridge parapet wall collapsing. Repair works are  to commence by the start of March 2018. Works to be complete and road reopened by the end of […]
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Traffic Restrictions – Rathangan, Wednesday 6th December 2017

A contractor on behalf of Irish Water will be replacing 2.5 kms of watermain from Thomastown Cross on the R401 towards Rathangan. The work will last for the next 2/3 weeks, the works are due to commence today. Traffic restrictions will be in place for the duration of the works.  The contractors have dropped leaflets to […]
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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 […]
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