STONEYBATTER MATTERS -PLANNED LOCAL ROAD CLOSURES


AUGHRIM STREET RE-SURFACING WORKS

The Roads Maintenance Division of Dublin City Council will be upgrading the road surface of Aughrim Street between the junction with Prussia Street and the junction of Aughrim Street with St. Joseph’s Road. These works are in line with the funding I helped to secure in the North Inner City Works Programme 2017.

The works are expected to be undertaken between Tuesday August 8th and Tuesday August 15th next. Therefore, the Roads Maintenance Division has successfully sought to have this particular stretch of Aughrim Street closed between 6am and 9pm, each day between August 8th and 15th next. Therefore, Dublin City Council will be putting in place a temporary traffic management plan for the duration of the planned works.

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN

• Traffic on Blackhorse Avenue wishing to access Manor Street will be diverted via North Circular Road and Prussia Street.

• Traffic on Manor Street wishing to access Blackhorse Avenue will be diverted via Prussia Street and North Circular Road.

• Traffic on Cowper Street wishing to access Manor Street will be diverted via Aughrim Street, St. Joseph’s Road and Prussia Street.

• Traffic on Manor Street wishing to access Cowper Street will be diverted via Prussia Street, St. Joseph’s Road and Aughrim Street.

 

I hope this information is of assistance to you. However, if you have any questions or queries arising from the details provided, please contact me at raymcadam@gmail.com.

 

As your local Stoneybatter Councillor, I work to keep you updated of issues and matters taking place in the area

About raymcadam

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
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