Application Lodged For Temporary Closure Of One Of Dublin’s Busiest Roads


Plans are being set into operation to close off Coast Road to Baldoyle to facilitate the installation of the Moyne River Bridge.

This new bridge is being constructed as part of the new Baldoyle to Portmarnock Cycle and Pedestrian Route.

Fingal County Council has stated that the road would be closed off between the intersection at Moyne Road to as far as the junction at Red Arches Road in Balydoyle.

It’s reported that the period of the proposed temporary closure will be each night between 10pm to 7am from Monday, 2nd September 2019 to Friday, 6th September 2019.
Alternative routes for commuters will be:

From Baldoyle Red Arches Roundabout Junction as far as the junction with Willie Nolan Road (R809), to Grange Road as far as the roundabout junction with Hole in the Wall Road.
Belmayne onto Balgriffin Park to Moyne Road (R123) to the junction with the Coast Road (R106).

From Coast Road (R106) (opposite applies) Coast Road (R106) to Moyne Road (R123) to Balgriffin Park – Belmayne – Hole in the Wall Road as far as the roundabout junction with Grange Road, onto Grange Road, Willie Nolan Road, Baldoyle (R106) to Red Arches Road Roundabout junction.

If people would like to object to the proposed closure of the road, they can make their objections known in writing to:

Administrative Officer, Operations Department, Fingal County Council, Grove Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

Source: Dublin Live

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