MAJOR WORKS:SLIGO AREA:N4 Collooney to Castlebaldwin Road Project
House Demolition works are taking place on the N4 Sligo/Dublin road north of the N4/N17 roundabout in the townlands of Toberbride, Mullaghnabreena and Ardcurley.
Works will consist of;
The demolition of a number of dwelling houses
Fencing and site security
The works are expected to be ongoing for the next month during which time extensive traffic management systems will be in operation. The hard shoulders of the N4 shall be closed to traffic. Motorists are urged to proceed with caution through the works.
Pipelaying works will continue on the R296. Traffic Management including traffic lights will be in place for the duration of the works. Works are expected to last 3-4 weeks. Minor delays can be expected.
Drainage works will be carried out on the R297 at Quigaboy/Leaffony. Traffic lights will be in operation. Minor delays expected.MINOR WORKS:SLIGO CITY AREA:
Emergency sewer repairs
Market Yard (at entrance to Porter's Yard), Sligo town. Traffic management will be in place over the coming days in the Market Yard, Sligo at the entrance to “Porter’s Yard” to facilitate emergency sewer repairs.
Hoarding has been erected at the corner of Lord Edward Street and Union Street. Provision has been made for pedestrian access and works are expected to last several weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.
Works are ongoing on the installation of a pedestrian crossing at the junction of Chapel Street and Chapel Hill. These are expected to last for 3 weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.
Works are continuing on the pedestrian avenue linking the estate of Tracey Avenue to the Strandhill Road. The works will involve the provision of public lighting on the pedestrian avenue and the resurfacing of the pavement. The work is to facilitate the safety of Pedestrians. The pedestrian avenue will be closed for the duration of the week.
A Scaffolding licence has been granted for Connolly Street, Sligo. Works are expected to last 2 weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.
A Scaffolding licence has been granted for 31-32 Temple Street, Sligo. Works are expected to last 2 weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.
Ongoing Road Openings to take place at various locations over the coming weeks due to broadband upgrade. Minimal traffic disruption expected.TUBBERCURRY AREA:
Pothole repair works will continue in the Tubbercurry area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.
Storm water maintenance works will continue on the R294 & other local primary roads in the Tubbercurry area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected. ENNISCRONE AREA:
Pothole repair works will continue in the Enniscrone area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.