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Bridge Repair Works - Rooves Bridge, Coachford

Bridge Repair Works - Rooves Bridge, Coachford


TEMPORARY CLOSING OF PUBLIC ROAD – Bridge Replacement works - R619 Rooves Bridge, Coachford

Road to be Closed:

The R619, Rooves Bridge, from its junction with the R618 at Coachford to its junction with the L-2202-0 at Rooves More.

Road Number:

R619 (Part).

Alternative Route:

From Coachford to Rooves More via R618 through Carrigadrohid and west to New Bridge. After bridge turn left onto N22 and travel south to Tooms East. Continue along N22 east to Ballytrasna. At junction turn left onto L-2201-0 and continue north east to Larchill Cross Roads. At Larchill Cross Roads continue straight ahead to join L-2201-30. At the next cross roads continue straight ahead to join L-2201-43. Continue along L-2201-43 to the junction with R619 at Rathonoane. At junction turn left onto R619 and continue east to Rooves More.

This alternative route is also applicable in the reverse when travelling from Rooves More to Coachford.

Duration of closure:

From Monday 9th January 2017 to Friday 20th January 2017 (night time closure 20.00hrs to 08.00hrs)

Reason for urgent closure:

Bridge Replacement Works

You should note that this Urgent Closure does not facilitate the making of objections/observations.

Any queries in relation to same, please contact Blarney Area Office, Units  4-6, Shopping Centre, Tower, Blarney – (021) 4381227.

Director of Roads,

Cork County Council,



Co Cork.
R619 Rooves Bridge closed from Monday 9th to Friday 20th January 2017 (extension to existing closure) 8:00pm to 8:00am daily to facilitate bridge repair works.

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