Ballynure road closed for works

The closure commenced today.The closure commenced today.
The closure commenced today.
Motorists are advised that a section of the Castletown Road is closed for works.

The road closure, which commenced at 9.30am today (Wednesday, August 26), is operating from Carrickfergus Road to Castle Road.

A Department for Infrastructure (DfI) spokesperson said: “The closure is required off-peak only to replace decayed BT poles.

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“An alternative route is Castle Road, Ballylagan Road, Carrickfergus Road, Castletown Road and vice versa.”

The work is being carried out by BT.

Road users are advised to expect an estimated delay of five to 15 minutes.

The work is set to be completed by 4pm today.

Meanwhile, a lane closure is operating on the Doagh Road in Ballyclare from site 36A, a point 12m from Fairview Road -- 30-40m lane closure required.

Commenting on the closure, which started at 9.30am, a DfI spokesperson said: “The closure is required daily for full service water connection.

“Traffic control using traffic lights.”

The work is being conducted by a NI Water contractor.

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Motorists are advised to expect an estimated delay of up to five minutes.

The work is due to be finished by 4.30pm on Thursday, August 27.


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