Sligo City Watermain Rehabilitation and Pearse Road Sewer Network Contract:
Pipelaying works will continue on Holborn Hill from the Markievicz Pharmacy
area southwards towards the junction with Connaughton Road
. These works are expected to be ongoing until 8th December. Temporary traffic lights will be in operation for the duration.Bridge Street
resurfacing will be carried out on Saturday, 25th November, 2017 with lane restrictions in place. One way traffic will be maintained with delays expected.
Pipelaying works will continue along Lower Quay Street
during the week with a road closure in place from the Quayside Shopping Centre car park exit to the east end of Lower Quay Street (junction with Quay Street). These works are expected to last a further 2 weeks.
Pipelaying works will continue along Connolly Street
during the week with a full road closure in operation. Diversion routes are signed via Burton Street, Lower Pearse Road and Mail Coach Road. These works are expected to be substantially complete by the end of the week.
Pipelaying works are programmed to commence along Cemetery Road
towards the end of the week between the Pearse Road junction and Cairns Drive. These works will continue up to mid December. A road closure will be in place with traffic being re-routed around by Cleveragh Road.
Half width road resurfacing is programmed for the first 3 days of the week along the east side of the Pearse road extending from the Chapel Hill junction to the Mail Coach Road junction. Minor delays can be expected here but 2 way traffic flows will be maintained. Road side parking will be restricted for duration of works. Planing works will be carried out along this area on Saturday, 25th November, 2017 with minor delays expected.
Installation of boundary boxes in footpaths will be ongoing along Connolly Street
and Holborn Hill
during the week.
Minor Footpath works will continue on Bridge Street and Thomas Street.
Traffic Management will be in place at all works locations with diversions clearly signed. Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.
Holborn Hill/Ballytivnan AC Mains Replacement:
Holborn Hill/Ballytivnan AC Mains Replacement has commenced on Holborn Hill. Works are currently adjacent to Stephen McDonagh Place and are proceeding north towards Ash Lane roundabout. At Ash Lane Roundabout trenchless technology will be utilised as the pipeline replacement method and work is to be completed between the hours of 7pm to 7am. Parking restrictions are currently in place. Traffic is controlled using a give and take system. Pavement reinstatement works shall be undertaken on Holborn Hill this week also. Motorists are advised to adhere to the temporary parking restrictions in addition to the existing parking restrictions.John Street Bus Stop:
Construction works to John Street bus stop will commence on Monday, 27th November, 2017. One way traffic will be maintained. Pedestrians on the southern footpath will be diverted around the works. Parking restrictions will be in place during the works including two disabled parking bays.
SLIGO DRUMCLIFFE AREA:
Survey works will take on the N16 (Sligo to Manorhamilton) between the townlands of Drumkilsellagh and Lugnagall, from Friday the 17th of November to Friday the 8th of December. These works will also extend to all the local road’s within this section. Traffic Management will be in operation which may cause some delays.
N15 Teesan Culvert
Rehabilitation works are taking place to a culvert on the N15 National Primary Road at Teesan, approximately 3km north of Sligo City. Traffic management with temporary traffic signals will be in place for the duration of the works with delays expected. Works are expected to last for several weeks. Rathcormack
Traffic calming works will continue in Rathcormack along the N15 for the next three weeks. While traffic management will be in place, it is not expected to cause significant delays.
SLIGO STRANDHILL AREA:
Traffic management will continue to be in place on the N4 dual carriageway between Summerhill roundabout and Toberbride roundabout, Collooney from Monday 27th November to allow for maintenance works. No delays are expected.N59 Ballysadare Drainage Works:
Works are due to commence on drainage works on the N59 West of Ballysadare village outside of Harrington’s Quarry. It is envisaged that Temporary Traffic Lights will be in place for four days and delays are expected.
Drainage works will be carried out on the N59 from Dromore West to the Mayo County Boundary. A stop/go system will be in operation. Minor delays expected.
Wall construction is continuing at the Cloona Graveyard, Enniscrone. Traffic management is in place. No delays expected.
Footpath repairs will be carried out on the R297, Carrowhubback, Enniscrone. Traffic lights will be in operation. Minor delays expected.TUBBERCURRY AREA:
Road safety improvement works are to be carried out on the N17 in Templehouse and Ballynacarrow over the next couple of weeks. The works will involve a lane closure on both sides of the road and traffic lights will be in place between 9am and 5pm daily. Some minor delays are expected.
Works in Templehouse will commence today 22/11/17 and are expected to take approx. 3-4 days.
Works in Ballynacarrow village will commence next Monday 27/11/17 and are expected to take approx. 1 week.
Works will continue in Oaklawn Housing Estate, Pearse Road with traffic management in place. Minor delays are expected.ENNISCRONE AREA:
Drainage works will be carried out in the Enniscrone area. Traffic management will be in place, minor delays expected.
Pothole repair works will continue in the Enniscrone area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.
Road Restoration will continue in Carrowpadeen, Rathlee. Traffic management will be in place. Minor delays expected.
Drainage works will be carried out in Skreen Beg. A temporary road closure will be in place. Local access will be provided.
Pothole repair and Surface Drainage works will continue in the Ballymote area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.TUBBERCURRY AREA:
Pothole repair works will continue in the Tubbercurry area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.