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Posted: 28.07.2017  ·  #1
today friday the 28/07 and for the next couple of weeks [end of august ] a stop and go system will be in place on the n25 new ross to wexford town road so anyone heading for the ferry can expect long delays from 8am to 7 pm every dayy,,so leave yourself plenty of time to get to the ferry,dont want to start your holiday by missing the ferry ..


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Posted: 28.07.2017  ·  #2
Great heads up..... thanks


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Posted: 28.07.2017  ·  #3
There was a 50km speed limit near Oilgate on the N11 due to works where the new bypass is joining , it was causing some delays last week


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Sprinter, you could slip off at the Gorey turning down the old road R741 to Wexford over the bridge and along the front to Rosslare, It cuts out that road works and Enniscorthy at busy times.


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Posted: 28.07.2017  ·  #5
Thanks Patrick .
I travel to the Hook nearly every second weekend so I know all the alternative routes.


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Posted: 28.07.2017  ·  #6
Know it well Sprinter, picked up the flowers from aalsmere and then to the Hook for the Princess Beatrix manys a time


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Posted: 29.07.2017  ·  #7
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Sprinter, you could slip off at the Gorey turning down the old road R741 to Wexford over the bridge and along the front to Rosslare, It cuts out that road works and Enniscorthy at busy times.

The council must have read your mind. From this week until September you can expect long delays as there will be a one way system in operation from the bridge to Crosstown junction. Council advice is to seek alternative routes and avoid peak times.


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Sprinter, you could slip off at the Gorey turning down the old road R741 to Wexford over the bridge and along the front to Rosslare, It cuts out that road works and Enniscorthy at busy times.

The council must have read your mind. From this week until September you can expect long delays as there will be a one way system in operation from the bridge to Crosstown junction. Council advice is to seek alternative routes and avoid peak times.


Make you think is someone working for Birttany ferries 🇧🇭


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Posted: 29.07.2017  ·  #9
Sprinter, You mention Britany ferries, thats where the Princess Beatrix went as The Duc de Normandie,and is now running from Algercias to Tangier as the Vronsky. Another Rosslare ship the Isle of Innisfree is still going stong in New Zealand between the islands as Kaitake.


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