Northern Ireland traffic alerts: latest updates
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The Moira Road in Lisburn has been closed following an RTC at junction of Kidds Lane. Diversions are in place at Corrstown Road and Old Road. Motorists are advised to avoid the area and seek an alternative route for their journey.
East Belfast MP Gavin Robson has said traffic signals on Queen's Road are to be re-adjusted to improve traffic flow.
Senior management for @deptinfra have met this morning to discuss the ongoing frustrations for road users on Queens Road. I’ve just had discussions with senior officials from DfI. It’s clear the current operation is not working. Tonight, the traffic signals will be adjusted 1/2— Gavin Robinson (@GRobinsonDUP) August 16, 2018
2/2 to allow 25% extra time for road users leaving Queens Road. DfI have asked that road users use both lanes turning right from Queens Road to increase the efficiency of traffic merging on to Sydenham Road.— Gavin Robinson (@GRobinsonDUP) August 16, 2018
Statement re traffic flow on the Queen’s Road / Sydenham Road, Belfast pic.twitter.com/nLFsUKnv1m— Dept Infrastructure (@deptinfra) August 16, 2018
Meanehile Motorists are being advised of possible traffic disruption on Saturday 18th August in the Cregagh Road/ Ladas Drive/Mount Merrion Avenue /Onslow Parades areas between 4pm-5:30pm and 7:15pm-8:15pm due to an Ulster Rugby match at the Kingspan Stadium.
Police will be placing cones near Kingspan Stadium in relation to Public and Event safety and to facilitate Emergency Vehicle Access to the ground and local communities.
Motorists are advised to comply with these restrictions.
Access to Onslow Parade and Ravenhill Park will be limited to residents, public transport and taxis dropping off fans at the stadium. Those attending the match are being asked to use Park and Ride facilities provided by Ulster Rugby.
Anyone parking in the vicinity of the stadium should ensure driveways and other access routes are kept clear. Please follow directions of local police.
Belfast Telegraph Digital