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19
March
2019

Temporary Closure of Roads: L8539 at Brackbaun, Kilbeheny, Co Limerick

Temporary Closure of Roads: L8539 at Brackbaun, Kilbeheny, Co Limerick

Roads Act 1993. Notice is hereby given, in accordance with the provisions of the Roads Act 1993 of the decision of Limerick City and County Council to close the road detailed hereunder at the specified location and times in order to facilitate the construction of a cattle underpass.  

Road to be Closed

Alternative Routes

Time of Closure

 

L8539 from its junction with the R639 at Kilbeheny to its junction with the L8537 at Brackbaun

 

 

 

Southbound Traffic to divert via the R639 towards Kilbeheny and onto the L8537 to Brackbaun

Northbound Traffic to divert via the L8537 at Brackbaun onto the R639 at Kilbeheny

 

 

From 08.00hrs on Monday 1st April, 2019

to

17.00hrs on Friday 5th April, 2019

24 Hour Closure

 

  • Local traffic will be accommodated.
  • Diversions will be clearly signposted.
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Written by: Limerick City and County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Limerick City and County Council

15
March
2019

Road Works Speed Limit Order: N21 Works at Barnagh Tunnel

Road Works Speed Limit Order: N21 Works at Barnagh Tunnel

Road Traffic Act 2004 (Section 10). Notice is hereby given that Limerick City and County Council has made an order applying a Temporary Speed Limit of 60kph on the N21 near Barnagh in the interests of road safety and prudent traffic management.

The Temporary Speed Limit is required to facilitate the construction of a culvert underpass on the N21 which will connect the Great Southern Greenway (GSG) on the North side of the N21 to the GSG on the southside of the N21.

The underpass will safely segregate pedestrians, cyclists and other users of the Greenway from the significant traffic volumes using the N21 route.

The speed limit reduction will apply from 27th March 2019 for the duration of the works, expected to be 12 weeks, or for a period not exceeding 1 year whichever is the earlier.

The Chief Executive shall have regard to any representations that are made to him in relation to the Order.

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Written by: Limerick City and County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Limerick City and County Council

15
March
2019

Temporary Traffic Lane Closures: Lower Glentworth Street and Henry Street, Limerick

Temporary Traffic Lane Closures: Lower Glentworth Street and Henry Street, Limerick

Limerick City and County Council advise motorists and road users that traffic lane closures will operate on Lower Glentworth Street and Henry Street (between Mallow Sreet and Cecil Street) on Wednesday 27th March 2019 and Thursday 28th March 2019 from 9.30am until 5.30pm.

These temporary traffic lane closures are necessary to enable construction works at the International Gardens Buildings Project on Henry Street.

Emergency service vehicle access will be available at all times.

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Written by: Limerick City and County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Limerick City and County Council

15
March
2019

Road Works Speed Limit Order – N21 Works at Barnagh Tunnel

Road Works Speed Limit Order – N21 Works at Barnagh Tunnel

Road Traffic Act 2004 (Section 10). Notice is hereby given that Limerick City and County Council has made an order applying a Temporary Speed Limit of 60kph on the N21 near Barnagh in the interests of road safety and prudent traffic management.

The Temporary Speed Limit is required to facilitate the construction of a culvert underpass on the N21 which will connect the Great Southern Greenway (GSG) on the North side of the N21 to the GSG on the southside of the N21.

The underpass will safely segregate pedestrians, cyclists and other users of the Greenway from the significant traffic volumes using the N21 route.

The speed limit reduction will apply from 27th March 2019 for the duration of the works, expected to be 12 weeks, or for a period not exceeding 1 year whichever is the earlier.

The Chief Executive shall have regard to any representations that are made to him in relation to the Order.

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Written by: Limerick City and County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Limerick City and County Council

12
March
2019

Temporary Closure of Roads: L52301 at Athea Upper, Co. Limerick

Temporary Closure of Roads: L52301 at Athea Upper, Co. Limerick

Notice is hereby given, in accordance with the provisions of the Roads Act 1993 of the intention of Limerick City and County Council to close the road detailed hereunder at the specified location and times in order to facilitate grid connection works for Kilathmoy Wind Farm.

Road to be Closed

Alternative Routes

Time of Closure

 

 

L52301 from its junction with the R523 at Athea Upper to its junction with the L1328 at Knockanure

 

 

 

Northbound Traffic to divert via the R523 to Athea and onto the L1328 to Knockanure

Southbound Traffic to divert via the L1328 to Athea and onto the R523 to Athea Upper

 

From 08.00hrs on Monday 8th April, 2019

to

17.00hrs on Friday 14th June, 2019

24 Hour Closure

 

  • Local traffic will be accommodated.
  • Diversions will be clearly signposted.

Any person may lodge an objection in writing to the proposal to close these roads with the Administrative Officer, Operations and Maintenance Services, Limerick City and County Council, Dooradoyle, Limerick not later than 4.00pm on Wednesday 20th March 2019.

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Written by: Limerick City and County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Limerick City and County Council

11
March
2019

Bus Éireann Customer Notice: St. Patrick's Day Parade and Limerick International Band Championship

Bus Éireann Customer Notice: St. Patrick's Day Parade and Limerick International Band Championship

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place in Limerick City on Sunday March 17th with the Limerick International Marching Band Championship taking place on Monday March 18th. All Bus Éireann Limerick City services will operate as per Sunday Timetables on both days with the following amendments between the hours of 07.00 – 16.15 due to road closures.

There will also be further amendments to 302, 303 and 306 services to facilitate a fireworks display on Saturday March 16th between the hours of 20.00 - 22.30.

Route 301 Father Russel Road/City Centre/Westbury

  • Inbound from Father Russell Rd. the 301 service will operate to Colbert Station via Hyde Rd. From Colbert Station it will travel to Future Sound and Vision on Upper William St. It will then operate via Pennywell, Lelia St. and Clare St. to Island Rd. At the junction of Island Rd. and Athlunkard St. it will continue on to Westbury as per regular route.
  • From Westbury the service will operate as normal to the junction of Island Rd. and Athlunkard St. Operating via Island Rd., Clare St., Lelia St. and Pennywell it will proceed via Sexton St. to Colbert Station and on to Father Russell Rd. as per regular route.

Route 302 City Centre/Caherdavin

  • Service will operate both inbound and outbound on the normal route with the Terminus moving to the Strand Hotel.

Route 303 O’Malley Park/City Centre/Pineview

  • From O’Malley Pk. the 303 service will operate to Future Sound and Vision on Upper William Street. Operating via Pennywell, Lelia St., Clare St. and Island Rd. the service will travel over Thomond Bridge to High St. and on to Moyross and Craeval Pk. as per regular route.
  • From Moyross and Craeval Pk. the 303 service will operate from High Street over Thomond Bridge to Island Road. Via Clare St., Lelia St., Pennywell and on to Lower Roxboro Rd. opposite the CBS School. It will then continue on to O’Malley Pk. as per regular route.

Route 304 Raheen/City Centre/UL

  • The 304 service will operate from Raheen to Colbert Station via Hyde Rd. From Colbert Station it will travel to Future Sound and Vision on Upper William St. It will then operate from Future Sound and Vision on its regular route to the University of Limerick.
  • From the University of Limerick the 304 service will operate its regular route to Mulgrave St., opposite the Fire Station. It will then operate via Sexton St. to Colbert Station, then travelling via Hyde Rd. to the Crescent Shopping Centre and on to Raheen as per Regular Route.

Route 304A Raheen/Station/Monaleen

  • The 304A service will operate from Raheen to Colbert Station via Hyde Rd. instead of O Connell Avenue and Barrington St. The remainder of the 304A route will operate as regular.

Route 305 City Centre/St Marys Park & 306 City Centre/Ballynanty

  • From Ballynanty the service will operate via High Rd. and Bellfield Gardens to the Maternity Hospital. It will then operate via Clancy Strand and the Treaty Stone over Thomond Bridge to St Mary’s Pk.
  • From St Mary’s Pk. the service will operate over Thomond Bridge via the Treaty Stone and Clancy Strand to the Maternity Hospital. It will then operate via Bellfield Gardens and High Road to Ballynanty.

Expressway/Stage Carriage Routes

Route 13/14 Kerry/Limerick

  • All services to operate via Hyde Road between 07.00 and 16.00 hrs on 17th & 18th March.

Route 51/X51

  • All services to operate via Hyde Road and Shannon Tunnel between 07.00 and 16.00 hrs on 17th & 18th March.

Route 343 Limerick/Shannon/Ennis

  • All services to operate via Ivan’s and Shannon Tunnel, no pick up/drop off between Ivan’s and Bus Station between 07.00 and 16.00 hrs on 17th & 18th March.

Fireworks Display - Saturday March 16th, from 20.00 to 22.30 hrs

Route 302 City Centre/Caherdavin

  • The service will operate inbound from Caherdavin via Cratloe Rd to the Junction with Shelbourne Rd. It will then operate via Shelbourne Rd and Shelbourne Rd Lower to O’Callaghan Strand with the Terminus moving to the Strand Hotel.
  • Service will operate outbound from the Strand Hotel on regular route.

Route 303 O’Malley Park/City Centre/Pineview

  • From Moyross and Craeval Pk. the 303 service will operate from High Road over Thomond Bridge to Island Road. It will then operate via Bridge St. and Patrick Street to William St. It will then continue on to O’Malley Pk. as per regular route.
  • From O’Malley Pk. the 303 service will operate to Arthurs Quay. From Arthurs Quay it will Operate via Bridge St. To Athlunkard St. and Island Rd Stores and via Thomond Bridge to Moyross and Craeval Pk.

Route 306 City Centre/Ballynanty

  • From Ballynanty the service will operate via High Road over Thomond Bridge to Island Road. It will then operate via Bridge St., Patrick Street to Arthurs Quay.
  • From Arthurs Quay, the service will operate via Bridge St to Island Rd. It will then operate over Thomond Bridge to Ballynanty.
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Written by: Limerick City and County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Limerick City and County Council

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