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A1 Belfast Rd - Closed
In County Down, the A1 dual carriageway remains closed in both directions between Newry and Banbridge following a fatal traffic collision earlier today.
Diversions are in place via Carnbane junction on the A1 at Newry, Poyntzpass, Scarva, Banbridge and vice versa. Allow extra time for your journey.
A37 Concession Road - Closed
In South Armagh, the A37 Concession Road, Clonalig, is closed between Cullaville and the border (Dundalk direction) due to a security operation. This is part of the main Dundalk to Castleblayney Road.
Roadworks - Upper Newtownards Road
In East Belfast, widening of the Upper Newtownards Road in connection with The Belfast Rapid Transit scheme is taking place from knock Road to Sandown Road.
To facilitate these works, a citybound lane closure is in place continuously until late November. Road users should allow extra time for their journey as delays are expected especially at peak times. Country bound traffic will continue to operate in two lanes at peak periods
Resurfacing - Donegall Road
In South Belfast, a resurfacing scheme is underway on the Donegall Road between Shaftesbury Square and Euterpe Street and will continue until mid November.
- Donegall Road citybound is now closed continuously until the start of October from Sandy Row to Shaftesbury Square with diversion via Sandy Row, Hope Street, Bruce Street and Dublin Road. Parking will be prohibited along this section of the Donegall Road to facilitate countrybound traffic.
- Temporary traffic signals between Sandy Row and Euterpe Street allowing two way traffic flow from 9:30am to 4pm will be in place for the first three weeks in October.
Donegall Road will be closed over four weekends in October and November to allow final resurfacing. Signed diversion via Lisburn Road, Tate’s Avenue and Glenmachan Street. Further details will be found here closer to the time.
Expect delays and allow additional time when travelling in the area. The planned dates are subject to favourable weather conditions.
Drumragh 10K & 5K Run - Omagh
In County Tyrone, on the Dromore side of Omagh, the annual Drumragh GAC 10k and 5k run will take place on Saturday 4th October between 11am and 1pm.
Attracting 400 competitors of all ages, the event will start from Clanabogan Park using country roads including Clanabogan Road, Cavanacaw Road, Tamlaght Road, Botera Road, Laurel Road, Rodgers Road and Tattysallagh Road. Other road users should exercise caution.