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Dublin's south quays reopen to traffic ahead of schedule

The works were expected to last for up to eight days.

North-and-South-Quays-Aug-2017_FINAL-Map-1 North and south quays local traffic diversion map Source: Luas Cross City

DUBLIN’S SOUTH QUAYS have reopened to all traffic after works on the Luas Cross City project finished ahead of schedule.

The works were expected to last for up to eight days, but were completed over the long weekend.

They involved replacing the temporary road surfaces that have been in place during the construction stages of the Luas project. There were also smaller works taking place on Bachelor’s Walk.

Parts of Burgh Quay and Aston Quay were closed from 8pm on Friday to facilitate the works, causing some traffic delays. The south quays reopened at 6pm yesterday.

Read: Major Dublin city diversions have just come into effect

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