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Closure of Nenagh's Dublin Road

Wednesday, 19th April, 2017 10:42am
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Closure of Nenagh's Dublin Road

Tipperary Co Council has announced its decision to close Nenagh's Dublin Road for the final phase of Ervia's multi-utility works programme in the town.

The R445 will be closed in two sections from Monday April 24th.

 

Section 1: Abbey Court Hotel (northern entrance) up to and including road entrance to Lidl. Section 2: From the Lidl road entrance to Casement Terrace.

 

The total period of closure will run from Monday April 24th to Friday June 23rd inclusive (24 hours per day, seven days per week). Section 1 to run for six weeks and Section 2 is to run for three weeks.

 

Traffic diversions will be in place during this time. HGVs are to use the M7 motorway, R498 Thurles Road, and Martyr’s Road in both directions.

 

Cars and light traffic diversions: Section 1 - through Abbey Court Hotel site and Lidl access road in both directions; Section 2 - Lidl access road, through shopping centre site (formerly O’Connors) and Martyr's Road in both directions.

 

The council advises that diversion routes will be clearly signposted. Emergency and pedestrian access will be provided at all times. Stakeholder collections and deliveries will be facilitated.

 

The purpose of this closure is to facilitate the laying of sewers, gas and water mains.

 

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