Sligo County Council road and traffic report

Week commencing 29 February 2016.

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MAJOR WORKS:

TUBBERCURRY AREA:

 Strengthening works will commence on the R293 at Ardree, Ballymote 2016. Traffic control will be in operation with significant delays expected. 50km/hr speed limit will apply within work zone. Work will last 3 days.

ENNISCRONE AREA:

 Pavement surfacing works associated with the N17 Realignment Thornhill Bridge & Cloonacurra Overlay Contract 2015 will continue on the N17 National Primary Road between Ballynacarrow North and Cloonacurra townland. Traffic Management will be in place with Major Delays expected. Works are expected to last for 24 weeks

 Drainage works will be carried out on the N59 between Templeboy and Dromore West. Traffic management will be in place. Some delays are expected.

SLIGO AREA:

 Road signage works will continue on the R284 from Carrowroe to the County boundary. Works will also be ongoing on The R293 from Ballymote to Gorteen and on to the county boundary. Works will be ongoing for a number of weeks.

 Site Investigation works for Sligo Town Water Conservation Project commencing on Ash Lane, Duck Street and Rosses Point Road on Monday 29th February. Traffic Management will be in place and some delays are expected. Works will also take place on the R296 and R295.

MINOR WORKS:

SLIGO CITY AREA:

 A Scaffolding licence has been granted for Peter Martin Buildings, corner of Teeling Street and Chapel Street. Works are expected to last several weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 A Scaffolding licence has been granted for 17 Connolly Street. Works are expected to last 1 week. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 A Scaffolding licence has been granted for 2 Union Place. Works are expected to last 2 weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 A Scaffolding licence has been granted for 2 John F. Kennedy Parade. Works are expected to last 2 weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 Hoarding has been erected at the corner of Lord Edward Street and Union Street. Provision has been made for pedestrian access and works are expected to last several weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 A Hoarding licence has been granted for Argento, 32 Market Street. Provision has been made for pedestrian access and works are expected to last six weeks. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 Ongoing Road Openings to take place at various locations over the coming weeks due to broadband upgrade. Minimal traffic disruption expected.

 Footpath refurbishment works will commence on the south side of Wine Street this coming week and are expected to last approximately ten weeks. Traffic disruption can be expected. A traffic management plan will be in place

TUBBERCURRY AREA:

 Pothole repair works will continue in the Tubbercurry area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected

BALLYMOTE AREA:

 Drainage works will commence on Local Rd L-1403 at Drumderry. Traffic control will be in operation and works are expected to last 1 week.

 Pothole repair works will be carried out in the Ballymote area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.

ENNISCRONE AREA:

 Pothole repair works will be carried out in the Enniscrone area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.

 Drainage works will be carried out in the Enniscrone area. Traffic control will be in operation but no delays are expected.