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Last updated: 09/04/2021 16:17:07

North Belfast: Essential maintenance works are due to commence on the M2 at Bellevue Bridge on Monday 12 April 2021 and are expected to last twenty weeks.

To facilitate the works it will be necessary to restrict road and lane closures to overnight periods with all lanes open to traffic from 6.00 am to 11.00 pm Monday to Friday. 

To complete the works the following road and lane closures will be in operation over the period from mid-April to the end of August:

  • An overnight lane closure will be in place on the M2 under Bellevue Bridge between the hours of 23:00 to 06:00 from Monday 12 April through to Thursday 20 May with one lane available at all times in each direction. 

April 2021 - there will be full closures in both directions on the following dates:

  • 11.00 pm on Thursday 20 April until 6.00 am on Friday 21 April;
  • 11.00 pm on Friday 21 April until 7.00 am on Saturday 22 April;
  • 11.00 pm on Monday 24 April until 6.00 am on Tuesday 25 April;
  • 11.00 pm on Tuesday 25 April until 6.00 am on Wednesday 26 April
  • 11.00 pm on Wednesday 26 April until 6.00 am on Thursday 27 April.
  • During the hours of 6.00am until 11.00pm all lanes will be available. On Saturdays the road will re-open at 7.00am

Northbound diversion route from M2 J2 – M2 J4 will include M5 Northbound, A2 Shore Road, Station Road, O'Neill Road, Prince Charles Way, B90 Ballyhenry Road, M2 Junction 4, Sandyknowes.
Southbound diversion route from M2 J4 – M2 J2 will include M2 Southbound Junction 4 Off-slip, Sandyknowes roundabout, B90 Ballyhenry Road, Princes Charles Way, O'Neill Road, Station Road, A2 Shore Road, M5 Southbound, M2 Southbound.

  • From 11.00 pm on Thursday 27 May until 06.00 am on Thursday 1 July there will be overnight lane closures on M2 under the bridge. There will be a minimum of one lane available at all times in each direction. During the period 6.00am until 11.00pm all lanes will be available;
  • Starting at 11.00 pm on Thursday 1 July a programme of full overnight closures in both direction will be installed between 11.00pm – 6.00am from Monday to Friday until 27 August. During the period 6.00 11.00pm all lanes will be available and on Saturdays the road will re-open at 7.00am;

The northbound diversion route from M2 J2 – M2 J4 will include M5 Northbound, A2 Shore Road, Station Road, O'Neill Road, Prince Charles Way, B90 Ballyhenry Road, M2 Junction 4 Sandyknowes.

The southbound diversion route from M2 J4 – M2 J2 will include M2 Southbound Junction 4 Off-slip, Sandyknowes roundabout, B90 Ballyhenry Road, Princes Charles Way, O'Neill Road, Station Road, A2 Shore Road, M5 Southbound, M2 Southbound.

Completion of the work by 27 August 2021 is subject to favourable weather conditions, however, the Department will keep the public informed of any change.  All work will be carried out in line with current public health and health and safety advice, with safe systems of working in place for staff and contractors. 

Last updated: 09/04/2021 16:17:07

Flood Alleviation Project – One Way Road Closure Ravenhill Road

South Belfast - an essential major NI Water scheme to upgrade the sewerage infrastructure and reduce the risk of flooding in the Ravenhill area of South Belfast commenced Monday 15 March 2021 along a section of Ravenhill Avenue and surrounding streets.

In order for the first section of work to be undertaken safely, it will be necessary to have a one-way road closure in place on the Ravenhill Road citybound, between the Ormeau Road Roundabout and London Road. 

This will commence on Monday 15 March 2021 and last for approximately 5 weeks.

A diversion route will be in place

  • via Ormeau Road/Cromac Street/East Bridge Street, and will be clearly signposted.

Traffic emerging from side streets onto the Ravenhill Road will be required to make a left turn only.  

The Ravenhill Road will remain open to Countrybound traffic throughout this time.  

Detailed traffic management arrangements have been discussed with the Department for Infrastructure throughout the planning of these major works to minimise disruption to residents, road users and the public.

NI Water and their contractor will do everything possible to minimise disruption and thank the public for their patience and cooperation during this time.

Following completion of the above, work will be carried out in phases progressing along Ravenhill Avenue, Sunwich Street, Federation Street and Millar Street. 

Further details of the Infrastructure Project are available by clicking Flood Alleviation Project - Ravenhill Road 2021  

Last updated: 09/04/2021 16:17:03

A6 DUNGIVEN TO DRUMAHOE  

Please see below planned TTM for the A6D2D scheme W/C- 12/04/21

Mon 0930 - Wed 1600  Daily lane closure with traffic control

  • Derrychrier Rd to Killunaght Rd

Wed 0930 - Friday 1500 – Continuous Lane closure with traffic control

  • A6 Chapel Rd (Dungiven Mainstreet)   between Magherabuoy Terrace and Curragh Rd

Mon to Fri 07:00 to 18:00 Daily-

  • A6 Mainline near Baranailt Rd(North) Haul Crossing
  • A6 Mainline at Killaloo Haul Crossing
  • Fawney Haul Crossing
  • Feeny Rd Haul Crossing

Continuous –

  • Tamnaherin Rd Closure
  • Ballyhanedin Rd Closure
  • Ardmore Rd  Closure
  • Baranailt Rd South Closure
  • Mavis Rd Closure
  • Gulf Rd Closure
  • Gortilea Rd Closure
  • A6 Mainline Hard shoulder Closure, West bound and Eastbound, from Foreglen Rd to Gulf Rd
  • Killunaught Rd Closure
  • Closure of climbing lane from Ballyhanedin Rd to Muldonagh-A6
  • Closure of Ervey Rd from A6 Glenshane Rd to Birch Rd
Last updated: 15/03/2021 07:26:52

Until further notice the Black’s Road and Cairnshill Park & Rides will be closed each evening at 7.30pm.

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