Limerick motorists advised as new one-way traffic system rolled out

David Hurley

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David Hurley

The new one-way traffic system has come into effect along a section of South Circular Road in Limerick city Picture: Michael Cowhey

The new one-way traffic system has come into effect along a section of South Circular Road in Limerick city Picture: Michael Cowhey

MOTORISTS are being advised that a new one-way traffic system has come into effect along a section of South Circular Road in Limerick city this Wednesday afternoon.

Limerick City and County Council says traffic travelling between the Quin Street and Alphonus Street / St Gerard Street junctions will be impacted.

“Vehicular traffic will be prohibited entry from Upper Henry Street, Alphonsus Street and St Gerard Street to South Circular Road,” reads a public notice issued by the local authority.

“South Circular Road will be one way from its junction with Ashbourne Avenue/New Street to its junction with Upper Henry Street,” adds the notice.

Signs and road markings have been installed in the area advising motorists and other road users of the change which commenced from 12 midday this Wednesday.

Limerick City and County Council says existing on-street (disc) parking will not be affected by the change.