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Ireland Significant delays on N7 for motorists on morning commute into Dublin

12:30  22 november  2019
12:30  22 november  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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A crash close to the Red Cow is causing significant delays for motorists on Monday morning . Motorists heading towards Dublin have had to cope A road traffic collision just before Junction 9 Red Cow on the M50 southbound has been the cause of particularly long delays for motorists , with

MOTORISTS ON THE N 7 Naas Road on their way into Dublin are reporting delays of up to 90 minutes this morning , following an earlier crash. A collision just before the M50 interchange blocking the right and middle lanes has now been cleared – but there are still significant delays .

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Motorists on their morning commute into Dublin are experiencing significant delays on the N7 this morning.

Traffic has been reduced to two lanes on the N7 approaching Newlands Cross and commuters are reporting long delays on approach.

According to AA Roadwatch, emergency services set up lane restrictions between J2 Kingswood and Newlands Cross following an earlier vehicle fire.

"Traffic is very heavy along that stretch, with the queue starting at J4 Rathcoole," they report this morning.

Meanwhile, traffic is moving well in Dublin city centre and there are no issues for traffic on the M50 in either direction.

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Commuter woes for those heading into Dublin this morning as a burned out truck has blocked off a AA Roadwatch earlier warned motorists to be careful approaching the area due to poor visibility from DUBLIN : Truck that was on fire on N 7 Naas Rd outbound at J3 Citywest dealt with, remains in

Five times more motorists commute into Dublin city centre each morning than cyclists according to 2015 figures.

There are no other notable traffic delays around the country this morning.

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