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Emergency ClosureLT20201 between LP2020 and LS6021

Road Alert, Feb. 17th 2023
Emergency Closure LT20201 between LP2020 and LS6021 from Friday 17/02/2023 until further notice to facilitate structural repair works to the Mullyera Bridge

Temporary Closing of Roads – Emergency Closure


Monaghan County Council hereby gives notice of Emergency Closure in accordance with Section 75 of the Roads Act 1993 & Article 12 of the Roads Regulations 1994 that it will close the following road in the Municipal District of Monaghan in County Monaghan:


Date & Time:              Friday 17th February 2023 until further notice


To Facilitate:              Structural Repair works to the Mullyera Bridge on the LT20201 in the Townland of Tirnaskea South.


Roads Closed:             LT-20201, Graffagh-Mullyera Road between LP-2020 (Corrinshigo-Drunslavog Road) and LS-6021 (Kibberidog-Killydonnelly Road).



Alternative Routes:   

                                    Traffic wishing to proceed Eastbound on the LT-20201 may turn left in the townland of Graffagh onto the LP-2020 and continue southbound along the LP-2020 and then turn left at Sweeney’s cross on the R187 and continue eastbound along the R187 then turn left at Killydonnelly and continue northbound, then left onto the LT-20201.



                                    Traffic wishing to proceed Westbound on the LT-20201 may turn right in the townland Mullyera onto the LS-6021 and continue southbound along the LS-6021, then turn right onto the R187 and continue westbound and at Sweeney’s cross on the R187 turn right on the LP-2020 and continue northbound then turn right onto the LT-20201.


All Detours will be signposted in order to direct the Traffic. (Local Access and Emergency Vehicles will be catered for at all times).


If you have any queries concerning this Road Closure please contact The Municipal District of Monaghan, Co. Monaghan at 047 73777 or email


Gareth McMahon

A/Director of Services

Transport, Community and Rural Development

17th February 2023

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