17 May 2021

Dublin Port Temporary Traffic Management Plans – 17th to 31st May 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 17th to 31st May 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 17th to 31st May 2021


Promenade Road:

Kilwex continues works. Diversions in place for duration of road re-construction works.


Footpath narrowing, hoarding in place.

08/02/21 – 21/05/21  



03/03/21 – 25/06/21

Terminal Road:

Green Tanks Construction Entrance.



Off peak lane closures for slit trenches inbound.


15/11/20 – 30/06/21



26/04/21 – 06/05/21 


  Alexandra Road:  Entrance Works Local
footpath diversion.
10/05/21 – 25/06/21 
  Bond Road:   Marshals in place for duration of Removal of Site Clearance Spoil  10/05/21 – 15/05/21 
  Tolka Quay Road: 

Temporary Lane Closure for material unloading at COP on Tolka Quay Rd. 


Off-peak single lane closure
for Hiab access to COP.





Whitebank Road:  Lane closure with STOP/GO for GPR Survey on behalf of ESB. 24/05/21 – 28/05/21


Additional Info:

  • JPD will operate a daytime lane closure on Tolka Quay Road Inbound at Terminal 9 to provide for ESB Cable pull.
  • Kilwex had a temporary lane closure on Tolka Quay Rd. (17th May 2021) to allow for material distribution at the Common Oil Pipeline.
  • DM Mechanical will have a single lane closure on Tolka Quay Road outbound (Wednesday 19th May 2021) – this facilitates a hiab access to the Common Oil Pipeline.

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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