Motorists warned to expect delays in city centre due to morning collisions
Published 28/10/2016 | 08:12
Motorists have been warned to expect delays throughout Dublin city centre after a number of collisions.
AA Roadwatch said a stop/go system is in place on Collinstown Lane (also known as the Old Airport Rd) following an earlier crash.
Meanwhile the M50 southbound is slow from the J4 Ballymun road to the J6 Blanchardstown road also due to a crash.
The earlier incident on the slip road from the N4 Lucan Rd inbound onto the M50 southbound has been cleared but motorists are warned to expect delays.
DUBLIN Slip road has reopened from M50 southbound onto Lucan Rd inbound following earlier crash which has cleared https://t.co/r19oH1u8F2— AA Roadwatch (@aaroadwatch) October 28, 2016
M50 Northbound traffic is moving well.
In the city centre inbound traffic on Amiens Street is also busy at Connolly Station.
Parkgate Street is heavy onto the North Quays which are slow from Wolfe Tone Quay through to Ellis Quay where the traffic lights are working again at James Joyce Bridge following an earlier crash.
Seville Place is also very busy onto Guild Street where delays continue through to Samuel Beckett Bridge.
AA Roadwatch said eastbound along the Grand Canal is slow intermittently from Clogher Rd to Leeson St Bridge.
Traffic is slow on Kimmage Road approaching the Sundrive Rd junction and further along from the Park through Harold's Cross Rd and up to Leonard’s Corner on Clanbrassil Street.
There is some good news for motorists as Swords Road is moving well now from Whitehall Church to Drumcondra but Dorset Street is busy from Belvedere Road jct to North Frederick Street juction.