The roadworks to improve both the drinking water supply and sewer network in Letterkenny came to a halt last weekend due to extreme weather conditions.
Due to the weather last weekend, all works on Convent Road were not completed as planned.
The contractor will be returning to complete the outstanding works on Saturday March 7.
These works are expected to last two days and works will take place between 7.00am and 6.30pm.
Traffic management measures will be in place.
This will involve a two-way traffic light control which will be manually operated during site working hours.
Traffic control will remain in place during working hours and will be removed after construction is finished on Saturday March 7.
The road will be reinstated after morning peak hour traffic on Monday, March 9.
The road will be opened to normal traffic on Monday, March 9.
The sewer works will reduce the risk of sewer flooding in Letterkenny.
The water main replacement will increase security of water supply to Letterkenny.
These projects will support economic and social development.
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The following roadworks are also being carried out around Letterkenny:
Pearse Road Footpath Reconstruction:
Work will continue on the reconstruction of Pearse Road footpath on Monday, March 9.
Two-way traffic will be maintained at all times.
No traffic management will be required.
Normal working hours from 7.00am to 6.30pm will be observed.
Joe Bonnar Road Sewer Update:
Approximately 240 metres of sewer will have to be replaced following significant issues at Joe Bonnar Road.
The proposal is currently being reviewed in order to rectify this issue.
Details of upcoming water main works:
N13 Letterkenny (Between Veagh and Manor Roundabout)
Traffic management measures will be in place on Thursday March 5 overnight on the hard shoulder for Letterkenny-bound traffic between Veagh and Manor roundabouts.
These works are necessary to allow pressure testing of the water pipeline in the hard shoulder.
The hard shoulder will be coned off.
Two-way traffic will be maintained at all times.Tags: