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Notice of Roadworks on N6 Headford Road

Beginning 29th September, road works will commence on the N6 Headford Road in front of Dunnes Stores, Terryland.

These works are being undertaken by Dunnes Stores to provide a right turning lane into Terryland Retail Park. The Duration of the works is approximately 6 weeks. Traffic Management will be in place for the duration of the works. 2 vehicular traffic lanes will be maintained on the Headford Road between 7am - 7pm.

Galway City Council apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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