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Last updated: 18/01/2019 13:43:35
  • No salting of the road network is planned for this evening .

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Current Incidents

Last updated: 18/01/2019 15:02:36

Belfast - 3 Vehicle Road Traffic Collision A2 Sydenham By Pass heading into city on approach to traffic lights Dee Street 

Cars now moved to Hardshouilder - all traffic lanes open again

Traffic now returned to normal for this time of day following  earlier delays

Last updated: 18/01/2019 15:00:37

Co Londonderry - the Buncrana Road in Derry near the Benview Estate has now been reopened following an earlier road traffic collision

 

Traffic News

Last updated: 18/01/2019 14:57:33
  • Co Armagh - the outer lanes of the M1 are closed in both directions between J11 Ballynacorr (M12 Exit to Portadown) and J12 The Birches, while repairs to a central safety barrier are carried out following a collision on Thursday evening. .

In Belfast, the following main routes are busy:

  • leaving M1 J3 Blacks Road 
  • A12 Westlink towards York Street 
  • Ravenhill Road out town towards Rosetta 

 

Last updated: 17/01/2019 11:53:18

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Last updated: 15/01/2019 19:37:04

Work commenced on 6 August to extend the hard shoulder bus lanes along the M1 and M2 Motorways.

As part of the ongoing upgrade of the hard shoulder bus lanes on the M1, the sections between Ballyskeagh and Blacks Road and Stockmans Lane and Broadway re-opened to morning peak period traffic on Friday 16 November. They will operate between 7.30 and 9.30am, Monday to Friday. Work on the new sections of bus lanes will continue and should be completed by February 2019.

Temporary traffic management arrangements are required to carry out the works safely. They will generally consist of localised hard shoulder closures and temporary 50mph speed restrictions.  Some road or lane closures will also be needed at off peak times during evenings/ overnight on weekdays, as well as during weekends and these will be signed in advance.

Last updated: 15/01/2019 19:37:04

Work is progressing well on a major NI Water sewerage infrastructure scheme in the Ormeau area, which includes work around Ormeau Avenue, Dublin Road, Bruce Street, Sandy Row and sections of the lower Ormeau Road. Work has now recommenced following the Christmas break. 

Dublin Road - Pipeline installation will take place between Ventry Lane and Pakenham Street. In order to carry out the work safely and maintain traffic flow, it is necessary to suspend some of the parking bays along this section of the street. We anticipate this work will take approximately 4 weeks to complete. Following completion of work on the Dublin Road, sewer laying will move into Pakenham Street where a road closure will be in place.

Ormeau Avenue - Pipeline installation works between Adelaide Street and Bedford Street. During these works for safety reasons, it is necessary to suspend some of the parking bays along this section of the street. Two-way traffic will be maintained during the works with a contraflow system in place. It will also be necessary to relocate the pedestrian crossing at this location for a short period to facilitate the work.

Marcus Ward Street – Work on a new storm sewer is programmed to commence in mid-January and will take approximately 4 weeks to complete, and a road closure will be in place during this time. Vehicular access will be maintained for residents, and pedestrian access will be available at all times. The Dublin Road NCP car park will remain open as usual with a diversion route clearly signposted.

Last updated: 11/12/2018 20:34:29

Belfast - following the recent city centre fire at Bank Buildings a number of city centre streets remain closed in the area.

With the cordon around the affected area expected to stay in place for about four months, Belfast City Council has created a public information page on its website to update businesses and their customers. Click here

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