Night time closure of sections of M1

                                                                             LOUTH COUNTY COUNCIL

                                                                        TEMPORARY CLOSING OF ROADS

                                                                          SECTION 75 ROADS ACT, 1993

Louth County Council hereby gives notice of its decision to close the M1, from Junction 10 to Junction 18 at night time on various dates over a seven week period to facilitate CRG to carry out pavement works.

The Closures & Diversion route will be as follows: 

1.       Junction 16 – local traffic restrictions at the junction plus slip road closures. 

2.       Junction 14 – local traffic restrictions at the junction plus slip road closures.

 

3.       Northbound within sections of the M1 between Junction 10 to Junction 18 – 4 nights within the period 30th September 2019 – 16th November 2019.

- Diversion using the following national, regional and local roads; R132 (old N1), R169, LP 2226-27, N33, R166 and R215 (old N52).

Diversions will be in place between the night time  hours of 19.30-06.30.

 

4.       Southbound within sections of the M1 between Junction 18 to Junction 10 and to county boundary, Dublin Road, Drogheda – 6 nights within the period 30th September 2019 – 16th November 2019.

- Diversion using the following national, regional and local roads; R132 (old N1), R169, LP 2226-27, N33, R166 and R215 (old N52).

The diversion will be in place between the night time hours of 19.30-06.30.

 

The total duration of the roadworks is expected to over a period of seven weeks, during which time sections of the motorway mainline, interchange slip roads, roundabouts and side roads may be closed.  It is the intention of CRG (Dundalk) to minimise the number of and duration of road closures within the above period. 

For up to date information, notifications will be published on AA Roadwatch and on LMFM Radio.

 

William Walsh

 Senior Executive Officer

Operations Section

Louth County Council 

17th  September 2019