Temporary Road Closures Ahead of Castlemartyr Resurfacing Scheme

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To facilitate a resurfacing scheme as part of the Castlemartyr Village Enhancement Programme, both the R632 Ladysbridge road and the L3805 Mogeely road will be closed nightly from Monday 19 November to Saturday 24 November.  The L3805 will be closed from its junction with the N25 to the junction with the L3809.

 

Likewise, the R632 will close from its junction with the National Primary route to the junction with the L7848.  Due to the nature of the scheme, it will be necessary to operate a nightly road closure which will be in effect between the hours of 8:00pm and 6:00am Monday to Saturday.

To facilitate the resurfacing works, traffic travelling East from Mogeely village looking to access the N25 can do so via the L3809-24 and L3809-49 to the junction with the N25 in Killeagh village.

Mogeely

Traffic travelling West on the N25 wishing to access Mogeely village can do so via Killeagh village.

Traffic travelling to Castlemartyr from Mogeely Village on the L3805 can do so via the L3809 and the L7890 to its junction with the N25.

Traffic travelling West from Mogeely village can access the N25 via the L3809-0 and the L3627 to the junction with the N25 at Two Mile Inn.

Traffic travelling East on the N25 from Midleton can access Mogeely Village via the L3627 at the Two Mile Inn and the L3809-0.

Ladysbridge

Traffic travelling East from Ladysbridge can access the N25 via the L7848 and L7849 to the junction with the N25 at Knockane Cross.

Traffic travelling West from Killeagh to Ladysbridge and the R632 will be diverted at Knockane Cross via the L7849 and L7848 which continues West onto the junction with the R632.

Traffic travelling West from Ladysbridge can access the N25 via the L3821, L7655 and the L3628 to the junction with the N25 at the Two Mile Inn.

Traffic travelling from Midleton to Ladysbridge and the R632 will be diverted at the Two Mile Inn via the L3628, L7655 and the L3821 to its junction with the R632 at Ladysbridge.

Local access will be maintained throughout the period of the works, and diversions will be fully signposted.

In order to ensure the safety of road users and road workers, the public is asked to comply with all temporary traffic restrictions, and to drive with care when travelling in the vicinity of the works.

 

 

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