13 Aug 2022

Motorists advised of roadworks in Leitrim

 Motorists advised of roadworks in Leitrim

Traffic lights wil be in operation in Ballinamore until December 17

Leitrim County Council have advised motorists they are completing roadworks in Ballinamore and Dromahair.
There will be traffic lights in Ballinamore, on the R202 from the Corrib Oil filling station to the school until December 17. Motorists should expect delays.
Local road L-4236 either side of Corcormick Bidge, Dromahair is closed to traffic from this week until January 24, 2022
It is being closed for emergency maintenance works to Corcormick Bridge, located between Drumkeeran and Tawnylea.
Leitrim County Council will endeavour to expedite the works process in order to open the road sooner. Diversions will be in place via L-42364-0 and L-8241-0, with local access only as far as Corcormick Bridge.
The alternative routes are:
Travelling from Tawnylea to R200 – turn left onto L-8241-0 continue south and turn right onto the L-42364-0 through Greyfield townland.
Travelling from R200 to Tawnylea - turn right onto the L-4236-0 and left onto the L-8241-0 to Tawynlea.
Local access available through L-4236 and all diversions will be signposted.

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