Cork County Council announce string of road closures across county over coming months

Cork County Council announce string of road closures across county over coming months
Cork County Council has announced a string of road closures over the coming months. Picture: Larry Cummins.

Cork County Council has announced a number of various road closures across the county over the months of July and August.

The Council has confirmed a number of works set to be undertaken under Section 75 of the Roads Act 1993 and Article 12 of the Roads Regulations 1994.

Road resurfacing works are due to take place on the L3805 in Castlemartyr from Monday, July 27 to Tuesday, July 28.

Local access will be maintained throughout the duration of the road closure from the Castlemartyr side and an alternative route will be in place.

The R624 at East Beach, Harbour Row, Cobh will be closed to facilitate Cobh Lower Harbour Sewerage Scheme from Friday, July 31 to Sunday, September 6.

Road resurfacing works will take place on the R620 at Nazareth Hill in Dromahane from 8am on Tuesday, August 4 to 6pm on Friday, August 14.

Local access will be maintained throughout the duration of the road closure.

A section of the L5770 in Corrin, Fermoy will also be closed from 8am on Tuesday, August 4 to 6pm, Friday, August 14 to facilitate road resurfacing works.

Local access will be maintained overnight throughout the duration of the road closure.

The L2989 at Orilia Terrace in Cobh from junction with Aherne Place and Bishop Street will be closed from Monday, August 10 to Sunday, August 23 to facilitate the laying of ESB ducting for the Lower Harbour Sewerage Scheme.

The section of the R628 east of O’ Leary’s Cross in Castlelyons will be closed from Monday, August 24 to Friday, August 28 to facilitate the installation of a cattle underpass.

A full list of the road closures over the coming months can be found here: https://mapalerts.corkcoco.ie/en/latest/roads/

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