Traffic measures starting Monday motorists in Tipperary should know about
Tipperary County Council is implementing several temporary traffic management plans and closures next week from Monday, June 27.
Temporary traffic management will be in place on the R503-282 Ballymackeogh/Shower Co.Tipperary from 7am to 6pm on June 27
Local access will be maintained, and all other traffic to be diverted by the R445-7 to Birdhill and via the R504-0 to Shower Cross.
N24 Kilshane -go back to this
Tipperary County Council has announced plans for temporary traffic management on the N24 Kilshane for three days this week.
The first is Monday, June 27, on the N24 Kilshane from Curtins Cross towards Tipperary Town between 8am and 7pm.
From Thursday, June 30, temporary traffic management will be in place on the N24 Kilshane from Curtins Cross towards Tipperary Town.
Throughout the works, lane closures and a \stop-and-go system with Convoy Operation are in place.
This is to facilitate roadworks until Friday, July 1, from 8am to 7pm on both days.
Temporary Traffic Management on Priory Demense, Templemore and the Junction of N62 Thurles Road to Sandymount remains in place until Thursday, June 30.
HGVs are to divert via Thurles for the duration of the works. Local access will be facilitated, and drivers are advised to expect delays.
R706 at The Valley Fethard
Stop and go traffic management will be in place on the R706 at The Valley Fethard from 8am, Wednesday, June 8 to 6pm, Friday, August 5.
L-8321 Rossadrehid to Flemingstown Road
Due to road works, the L-8321 Rossadrehid to Flemingstown Road remains closed until 7pm on Monday, August 8.
Local diversions will be in place.
L-3109 Malt Vale Road, Parkmore, Roscrea
The L-3109 Malt Vale Road, Parkmore, Roscrea, on the R494-77 between the Lookout and Loughtea Junction, remains closed until Friday, July 1 at 6pm.
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