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On & Off Slip Closures Will Take Place In Parts Of The M7, Overnight.

: 10/21/2019 - 16:30

The M7 westbound diverge off-slip road at Naas North/Junction 9, will be closed overnight.

Kildare County Council says the closure will be in place from 10pm tonight, and will be lifted at 6am on Tuesday morning.

Diversions are as follows:
Traffic will be diverted off the N7 westbound, onto the Junction 8 (Johnstown) diverge slip road. Traffic should proceed along the L2014, through Johnstown village, until they reach the R445, N7 Junction 9 (Naas North) roundabout to re-join the M7 Westbound

The M7 eastbound diverge off-slip road at Naas North/Junction 9, will also be closed overnight.

It is scheduled to be in effect from 9 O'clock this evening until 5am on Tuesday morning, however, KCC says "Please note that this closure is anticipated to be of only two hours duration"

Diversions are as follows:
Traffic to continue along the N7 eastbound, until the Junction 8 (Johnstown) diverge. Traffic should then take fourth exit from the roundabout and proceed across the Junction 8 (Johnstown) overbridge. At the next roundabout, traffic to take the first exit, onto the L2014, through Johnstown village, until they reach the R445 N7 Junction 9 (Naas North) roundabout  

The M7 eastbound merge on-slip road at Naas North/Junction 9, will also be closed overnight.

It is scheduled to be in effect from 9 O'clock this evening until 5am on Tuesday morning, however, KCC says "Please note that this closure is anticipated to be of only two hours duration"

Diversions are as follows:
Traffic to take the exit for R445, Johnstown, from Junction 9 (Naas North) roundabout. At the next roundabout, traffic to take the first exit for L2014, through Johnstown village. Traffic should proceed along the L2014, until they reach the Junction 8 (Johnstown) roundabout and then take the first exit to proceed across the overbridge. At the next roundabout, traffic to take the third exit to re-join the N7 eastbound. 

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