Sallins, Kilcullen, Naas and Newbridge are very busy with traffic extremely built up   There has been a collision at Rathcoole causing huge delays. Traffic is very heavy on the N7.
The M50 is very busy on both directions. A collision on the M50 near Blanchardstown is likely to cause huge delays. Although it has now been cleared there are delays as a result. The Grand Canal Eastbound is very busy. Traffic is moving slowly in county Kildare. Closure of the Caragh Bridge is causing huge delays. Naas is built up because of roadworks.   There is a one way system will be in place southbound on the Kilcullen Rd (R448) in Naas at Piper's Hill, as part of ongoing works until December. Traffic wishing to access Naas from the Kilcullen direction will need to divert at Mylerstown Cross, drive towards Punchestown and then towards Naas on the Ballymore Eustace Rd (R411 The Chapelizod Bypass will be closed inbound between 8:30pm and 6am the following morning until Friday (11th). Traffic will be diverted via Chapelizod. The Lucan / Blanchardstown Rd (R121) will be closed from Westmanstown to Tinkers Hill for a period of one to five days until Tues 24th Nov for works. Diversions will be in place. The on ramp for the M50 southbound at the M1/M50 Interchange will be closed from 10pm today until 6am tomorrow morning. Lane restrictions will be in place on the M50 southbound from J3 M1 to J5 Finglas from 10pm today until 6am tomorrow. Bus and rail routes from Kildare into Dublin are running according to plan. Good morning traffic is moving well around Dublin City Centre at this time. M50 traffic is now moving well in both directions. Traffic is moving well in County Kildare with some works ongoing at Kilcock. The M50 is moving well in both directions. Motorists should note that the freeflow slip from the M1 at J2 Dublin Airport onto the M50 southbound will close for works from 10pm today until 6am on Thurs 10th Sept. Diversions will be in place.   Bear in mind that later on today Maynooth University Conferring Ceremonies will take place. The ceremonies are on at 10am, 12 noon, 3pm, and 5pm today, and at 10am, 12noon and 3pm on Thursday and Friday. Parking will be available on the North Campus only and traffic delays can be expected through Maynooth  as a result.  

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