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Waterford City & County Council

04
September
2019

L1048 , L1049 Nire Road closed on 05/09/19

L1048 , L1049 Nire Road closed on 05/09/19

L1048 & L1049 Nire Road will be closed between Knockalisheen Bridge and the Steel Bridge on 05/09/19 to facilitate road resurfacing works. Traffic Diversions in place. When road reopens please proceed with caution and pay attention to the presence of aftercare signage in place. 09 2019

Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Waterford City & County Council

04
September
2019

Road Closure L7088 Kilballyquilty

Road Closure L7088 Kilballyquilty

Notice is hereby given that Waterford City and County Council will close the following public road from 9th to 15th September, 2019 to facilitate the construction of a cattle underpass.

Road to be Closed:
  • L7088 Kilballyquilty
Waterford City & County Council wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused

Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Waterford City & County Council

04
September
2019

Road Closures - Waterford Harvest Festival

Road Closures - Waterford Harvest Festival

Notice is hereby given that Waterford City and County Council will close the following public roads to through traffic during the times specified below on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 5th to 9th September, 2019 to facilitate the Waterford Harvest Festival.
Road to be Closed:

Date:

Time:

·         L5532 Arundel Square

·         L5531 Peter Street

·         L15237 Michael Street (from its junction with Patricks St. to Lady Lane)

·         L91092 Broad Street

·         L91091 Barronstrand Street

·         L90352 Georges Street

·         L90353 Blackfriars Lane

·         L90354 Arundel Lane

·         L90355 Little Patrick Street

·         L55301 Bakehouse Lane

·         L1525 Patrick Street 


5th to 8th September

8pm on 5th until 10pm on 8th September

·         L1502 O’Connell Street (from its junction with Thomas Hill to Gladstone St.)

6th September

7pm until 12am

·         L1528 Johns Street (Applemarket)


7th to 9th September


11am on 7th until 7am on 9th September

Traffic Diversions
A comprehensive Traffic Management Plan will be in place from the start of the road closures and all alternative routes will be signposted.

All traffic seeking to enter the City Centre from Ballybricken Green shall have to divert to the Cork Road via Mayors Walk or to The Quays via St. Patricks Terrace. No through traffic will be permitted past the Mayors Walk onto Patrick Street. Entry to Patrick Street will be controlled by security and will be available only to Taxis, Residents of Alexander Street, Stephen Street & Carrigeen Park and to Emergency Vehicles.


Access to Alexander Street shall be via Stephen Street, with egress via Lady Lane. The traffic direction on the section of Lady Lane from Michael Street to Bakehouse Lane shall be reversed for the duration of the road Closures.

Traffic wishing to access the Quays from O’Connell Street & Jenkins Lane on the night of Friday 6
th September will be diverted via Thomas Hill & Sargeants Lane onto Gladstone Street. 


Emergency Access
Access will be maintained for the emergency services at all times.

Local Residents

As on street car parking on the above streets will be unavailable during the event car owners who reside on the affected streets will be asked to relocate to other areas of the city. Any vehicle found parked in such areas will be impounded and will be subject to a release cost. 

Access to Spring Garden Alley will remain as normal through the rising bollards. However on Sunday between 12pm and 6pm all traffic within Spring Garden Alley must exit via Conduit Lane.


Deliveries

All businesses within the cordon area are being asked to avoid, if possible, deliveries to and from their premises during the festival period. No unauthorised vehicles will be allowed within the site area between the hours of 8am – 9pm

Car Parking

Access to all city centre car parks will be unaffected.

Public Transport

Buses:
The following Bus Routes will be affected:

W4     – Peter Street to Browns Road. 

Full details will be made available closer to the event from Bus
Éireann.

Taxis:

Arising from the closure of Peter Street and Arundel Square the Peter Street Taxi Rank shall be closed for the duration of the Road Closure and a Temporary Stand shall be installed in Patrick Street. Signage within City Square Shopping Centre and at Peter Street will direct users to the Temporary Stand.

Waterford City & County Council wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused.


Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Waterford City & County Council

04
September
2019

Disruption to Water Supply Ballymacarbry/Nire Area

Disruption to Water Supply Ballymacarbry/Nire Area

There will be water supply disruption in the Ballymacarbry, The Nire and Knockalisheen area this morning September 4th from 9.30am to 1pm due to essential maintenance works.

Customers are advised to run their taps briefly until cleared if they experience discolouration when supply is restored.

Irish Water Customer Contact Centre on 1890-278-278.

WC&CC and Irish Water apologise for any inconvenience. 09 2019

Categories: Water Disruptions, Waterford City & County Council

03
September
2019

Road closure in Crooke

Road closure in Crooke

The L-4076  in Crooke will be closed tomorrow for essential drainage works tomorrow Wednesday 04/09/19. Please follow diversion signage and drive with care. 09 2019

Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Waterford City & County Council

03
September
2019

Ballybeg Water Outage

Ballybeg Water Outage

There will be disruption to the water supply in The Ballybeg Area of Waterford City today the 3rd Sept due to a Burst Mains. Waterford City & Co. Co. in partnership with Irish Water will work to minimise the impact of any disruption to service & will restore normal supply as soon as possible. Customers are advised to run their taps if they experience discolouration when supply is restored.



Irish Water Customer Contact Centre on 1890-278-278.  WC&CC and Irish Water apologise for any inconvenience 09 2019

Categories: Water Disruptions, Waterford City & County Council

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