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Drive in Dublin city? New traffic restrictions in place from Monday

It’s to facilitate works required for the Luas Cross City project.

Image: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

NEW TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS are being put in place in the capital from Monday 7 March to facilitate works required for the Luas Cross City project.

For the next number of months Dominick Street Upper between the junctions of Mountjoy Street and Palmerston Place will be one way southbound only.

To maintain traffic flow and to facilitate access the following diversions will be in place: 

Travelling from Phibsborough Road towards Bolton Street / Dorset Street Upper:

  • Traffic should continue straight along Phibsborough Road
  • Continue straight through the Phibsborough Road / Western Way junction onto Constitution Hill / Church Street Upper
  • Turn left onto North King Street at the junction of Church Street / North King Street /Bolton Street

Traffic accessing Bolton Street / Dorset Street Upper from Mountjoy Street:

  • Turn left from Mountjoy Street onto Western Way (Direct access from Mountjoy Street to Dominick Street Upper will be prohibited)
  • Continue along Western Way to its junction with Constitution Hill
  • Turn left onto Constitution Hill » Continue straight along Constitution Hill / Church Street Upper
  • Turn left onto North King Street at the junction of Church Street

Traffic accessing Dominick Street Upper from Mountjoy Street

  • Turn left from Mountjoy Street onto Western Way (Direct access from Mountjoy Street to Dominick Street Upper will be prohibited)
  • Continue along Western Way to its junction with Dominick Street Upper
  • Turn left onto Dominick Street Upper

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