Saturday July 19th, N7 Newlands Cross Lane Shift (Eastbound Only) toward M50 and Dublin CityJUL 17TH, 2014
Final major traffic shift before Newlands Cross Flyover opens later this year.
Taoiseach turns the sod on €550M Gort to Tuam motorwayMAY 14TH, 2014
Project creates 450 jobs & is vital to local economy
National Roads Allocations 2014FEB 21ST, 2014
The allocations for local authorities are now available to view as pdfs in our general publications area under NRA Allocations 2014. View the allocations for ocal authorities
M7 Motorway Planned Overnight Closure - midnight Tuesday 8th October to 06:00AM Wednesday 9th OctoberFEB 13TH, 2014
The M7 Motorway is scheduled to be closed overnight from midnight Tuesday 8th October to 06:00 AM Wednesday 9th October between Junction 21 (Borris-in-Ossory) and Junction 22 (Roscrea) in both directions.
13/02/14 M7 will be closed from Junction 24 & Junction 26FEB 13TH, 2014
M7 will be closed from Junction 24 & Junction 26 Nenagh (Both Directions) this afternoon 15:30hr to 19:00 facilitate ESB Repairs .
N7 Naas Road/Newlands Cross Traffic Diversion Eastbound to Red Cow/M50FEB 11TH, 2014
On Tuesday the 11st of February commencing at 21:30hr (9:30PM) mainline traffic travelling from the N7 Naas road (Eastbound) to the M50/Red Cow Interchange will be diverted onto three new temporary lanes.
N7 Naas Road/Newlands Cross Traffic ShiftJAN 31ST, 2014
N7 Naas Road/Newlands Cross (Flyover Construction) – Traffic Shift This Weekend
Opening of N56 Cloghbolie to Boyoughter Road SchemeJAN 21ST, 2014
Opening of N56 Cloghbolie to Boyoughter Road Scheme
A new project website has been launched to provide information and progress updates on the N7 Newlands Cross Flyover & N11 Arklow to Rathnew Projects. To access this website click hereOCT 17TH, 2013
A new project website has been launched to provide information and progress updates on the N7 Newlands Cross Flyover & N11 Arklow to Rathnew Projects. To access this website click here
Road Signs on Motorway Network Highlight LocationOCT 07TH, 2013
Location Reference Indicator (LRI) signs and Location Reference Markings (LRMs) are being deployed along motorway/dual carriageway sections of the national road network to assist road users accurately communicate where they are.