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29 Sept 2022

Kildare residents want heavy lorries barred from country road

Kildare residents want heavy lorries barred from country road

The Dublin Road/Fishery Lane junction, Naas

Heavy duty lorries should be banned from a country road in the Naas area.

Local councillor Bill Clear wants to start a process to ban five axle lorries at the “residential end of Fishery Lane.”

Fishery Lane connects the Dublin Road with Johnstown.

According to the politician, a ban would force trucks coming from the Naas Industrial Estate to use Dublin Road to access the motorway “instead of this small country road.”

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