29 Sept 2022

Three cars in crash on M7

Traffic is particularly slow on the N7 following a three car accident on the outside lane. However, gardai have now moved the vehicles onto the hard shoulder between J10 Naas South and J10 Naas North. The vehicles have been moved into the hard shoulder but traffic is already heavy from J11 M9. Traffic is extremely slow moving at Sallins and Kilcock and is bumper to bumper. Northbound traffic is moving well at this stage.   Traffic is moving very slowly at Newhall Industrial Estate in Naas. Additionally traffic is extremely busy at the approach to Naas General Hospital. 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   N4 Lucan Rd is busy from J3 Lucan to the M50 Interchange. Further in  St John’s Rd West  is busy approaching Heuston Station. It’s busy on  Con Colbert Rd turning right for Kilmainham.   Works at Ballymany Interchange to Kinneagh Cross, Newbridge R413 are likely to cause delays.   The road Strengthening & overlay works are due to be completed by Friday 18th September.  There are detours but delays to be expected. Conferrings at NUI Maynooth will take place from 12 today and tomorrow so traffic is expected to be heavy. There's a collision on the  M50 southbound on ramp at J4 Ballymun in the hard shoulder. Take care on approach.  Further along, it's busy from J7 Lucan to J10 Ballymount. Northbound traffic is moving well at this stage. The  N4 Lucan Rd is busy from J3 Lucan to the M50 Interchange.          

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