Temporary Closure of Roads in Grange Castle/Clondalkin AreaBack to List
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COMHAIRLE CONTAE ÁTHA CLIATH THEAS
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL
Roads Act 1993, Section 75
Temporary Closure of Roads in Grange Castle/Clondalkin Area
To facilitate the 10k Road Race, South Dublin County Council has made an order to temporarily close Roads in Grange Castle/Clondalkin Area on Sunday 21st July 2019 from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm.
In order to facilitate the 10k Road Race, it is proposed to close the following roads from 10.30 am to 12.30pm.
- St. Johns Grove Clondalkin.
- The access from St. Johns Road West onto Fonthill Road South.
- Tower Road Clondalkin.
- Old Nangor Road from its junction with the Tower Road to the Community Centre access.
- New Nangor Road from its junction with the Ninth Lock Road to its junction with Fonthill Road.
In addition the south bound carriage way of the Grange Castle Road (R136) will be closed from the Lynches Lane Roundabout to the Corkagh Park Roundabout between 10.00am and 11.15am.
The Fonthill Road South will be closed to traffic from the Cherrywood Roundabout to the Boot Rd/ Convent Road between 10.15am and 12.00 noon.
The Ninth Lock Road will be closed to northbound traffic (i.e. towards Ronanstown) from the Grand Canal to Orchard Lane between 10.30am and 12.30pm. During these times there will be no access to/from Michael Collins Park, St. Patrick’s Road/ Park.
Convent Road Clondalkin will be open to south bound traffic (i.e. away from Clondalkin Village) only from its junction with St. Bridget’s Road to Clondalkin Main Street between 10.30am and 12.30pm. There will be restricted access to/from St. Anthony’s Avenue, St. John’s Road and Moyle Crescent during these times.
In addition to the above closures traffic on the route may experience delays at any time between 10.00am and 12.30pm.
Emergency Access will be maintained at all times.