27 January 2021

Dublin Port Temporary Traffic Management Plans – 25th January to 8th of February 2021

As part of the continuous improvements to the Dublin Port Roads Network, there are several road works taking place across the Port estate between the 25th of January to 8th of February 2021.

Please see below location plan for the affected areas, a brief description of works, and anticipated duration.  All routes will be clearly signposted and VMS boards in place to assist:


DUBLIN PORT WORKS KEY PLAN – Weeks 25th of January to 8th of February 2021


Promenade Road: Kilwex continues works TMA Single lane closure for road reconstruction works. 08/12/20 – 07/02/21  
Terminal Road: Roadbridge continues work at the replacement Green Tanks Construction Entrance.   09/11/20 – 01/05/21    
No.2 Branch Road South: 

Surfacing work taking place in T4 South late this week and into next, with asphalt deliveries through No2 Branch Rd South. Spotters will be in place at the conveyor and gatemen at the entrance to the works, adjacent to Berth 29.

  No. 2 Branch Road South:  Line Marking Crew working on Alexandra Rd between the BTM Rail siding and No. 2 Branch Rd South. Refreshing existing line marking, including the Yellow Box at Circle K entrance, works will be off-peak and controlled by traffic marshals.  27/01/21 
   Alexandra Road:   TMA Footpath Diversion due to wall & entrance works. 27/01/21 – 16/03/21





In addition to the elements shown, Kilwex continue works on Promenade Rd, East of New Customs House, in early February this section will open down as far as the Fairplay Energy Exit. Roadbridge continue works at the replacement Green Tanks on Terminal Rd.

In case of emergency while traveling on any of these routes – please remain with your vehicle and contact Harbour Police / Port Security: 01 8876858

Should you have any queries in relation to the Dublin Port Roads Network upgrade works please do not hesitate to contact us:

Email: info@dublinport.ie

Phone: 01 8876000

We thank you for your co-operation and patience and apologise for any convenience these works may cause.



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