Major traffic diversions in Dublin city centre due to Luas works

Motorists headed to Dublin for this Bank Holiday Weekend are being warned to plan their journeys around major traffic diversions in the city centre.

The north and south quays will remain closed at O'Connell Bridge until 6am on Tuesday to facilitate construction work on the city's LUAS line.

Deputy chief executive with the National Transport Authority Hugh Creegan said Dublin is still open for business.

He encouraged fans attending matches in Croke Park and the Aviva Stadium to (for Croke Park) re-route at the M50 to come down to the junction with the M1 and come down to Croke Park from there.

For people travelling to the Aviva, he said the advice was to go southbound on the M50 and approach the Aviva from the south of the city.

Major traffic diversions in Dublin city centre due to Luas works

North Quays:

Motorists will not be able to access O’Connell Bridge or Eden Quay from Bachelors Walk.

Motorists will have limited access to O’Connell Street from Bachelors Walk.

South Quays:

Motorists will not be able to access O’Connell Bridge or Aston Quay from Burgh Quay.

Motorists will be diverted left from Burgh Quay onto D’Olier Street.

O’Connell Bridge – Northbound and Southbound:

There is limited access to O’Connell Bridge as follows:

When travelling Southbound from O’Connell Street across O’Connell Bridge to D’Olier Street.

When travelling Northbound from Westmoreland Street across O’Connell Bridge onto O’Connell Street.

Further information at www.luascrosscity.ie or call their dedicated number at 1800 30 36 53.


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