09
October
2020

Essential Maintenance on N25 New Ross Bypass

Essential Maintenance on N25 New Ross Bypass

Please note traffic will be reduced to single lane in both directions on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge on the N25 New Ross Bypass for essential maintenance works each day from Monday 12th October to Friday 16th October. Further updates will be available throughout the week.

10 2020
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Original SMS Content: Traffic will be reduced to single lane in both directions on Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge on the N25 New Ross Bypass for maintenance works 12th to 16th Oct.

Author; Kilkenny County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Kilkenny County Council

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