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M7 Naas- Newbridge By-Pass Upgrade – Traffic Advisory - 1st August 2019

Opening of Three Lanes Eastbound from Junction 11(M9 Merge) to Junction 10 (Naas South)

Subject to favourable weather conditions and completion of all necessary activities, 3 lanes will be available to traffic on the M7 Eastbound carriageway from Junction 11 (M9 merge) through to Junction 10 (Naas South) from 6.00am Friday 2nd August.

Motorists are advised that lane restrictions remain in place at the M7/M9 merge points and that an enforced reduced temporary speed limit will remain in place from Junction 11(M7/M9 Merge/Diverge) to Junction 8 (Johnstown) while works are ongoing to the verge/hard shoulder area.


Traffic Notification Updates - 25th July 2019

For motorists who would be travelling to Croke Park this coming weekend, please be advised of the ongoing M7 Roadworks between J11 (M9) and Junction 8 (Johnstown) and possible delays.

Motorists from Kilkenny travelling north on the M9 take note that the carriageway is reduced to a single lane on approach to the M7.

Motorists travelling from Limerick and Tipperary may also experience some delays on M7 northbound as M9 traffic merges at Junction 11.

2 lanes are available between J11 -10 northbound opening to 3 lanes after J10 (Naas South).

When leaving Dublin please be aware of recent changes in the road layout between Junctions 8-11.

These include 3 lanes now available, a new exit at J10 and a new arrangement at the M9 split with the left lane leading straight onto M9 southbound.

Motorists continuing along M7 should keep to Lanes 2 & 3 when approaching M9 split.

Expect some delays between Junction 9 – 10 on approach to this new arrangement.

Traffic Notification Updates - 24th July 2019

Subject to favourable weather conditions and completion of all necessary activities, 3 lanes will be available to traffic on the M7 westbound carriageway from Junction 10 (Naas South) through to Junction 11 (M9 Split) from
6am Thursday 25th July.

Motorists are advised that an enforced reduced temporary speed limit will remain in place while works are ongoing in certain locations to the verge/hard shoulder area.

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Temporary off peak slip closure and diversion for Monday 17th June.
From 11pm on the N7/M7 westbound carriageway the Junction 9 (Naas North) off slip will be temporarily closed with traffic diverted westbound to exit at M7 Junction 10 (Naas South) and rejoin the M7 eastbound and exit at Junction 9 eastbound.Traffic will be advised to use Junction 8 off slip for Naas on approach. The slip lane will be reopened before 5am on Tuesday 18th June. This closure is necessary in order to facilitate essential works on the M7 Upgrade project.
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"Go Safe” vans continue to enforce speed limits through the Works on the M7 Motorway, with over 6,000 Prosecutions to date.



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Junction 8 to Junction 11 – Speed Limit of 60Km per Hour.


Sallins: TRAFFIC ADVISORY- Spring  2019 


Please be advised, the high volume of truck movements thru the village of Sallins will return over the coming months.  With Spring upon us, earthworks operations associated with the M7 Widening scheme have re-mobilized.
We wish to apologise for any inconvenience caused by this increased volume of traffic and advise that we are constantly monitoring with a view to mitigate against the impact of these works on the local community and ensure our works are carried out with Safety as our priority.

* * * Please be advised 60kph speed limit is legally enforced * * *
*** To date over  6000  traffic related Prosecutions ***
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An Garda Siochana have sent out a serious warning to motorists about the 60km per hour speed limit during the M7 roadwWidening works. See their  facebook  post by clicking here.
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An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic)

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