What You Need To Know About The New Two-Way Denny Street

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Denny Street is becoming a two-way street from 6am on Monday, May 22.

SO, as most of you are aware, Denny Street in Tralee will fully re-open to traffic on Monday next, May 22 and a new two-way traffic system will come into effect.

The change is part of the Tralee Active Travel Town project and a €1.7m investment in Tralee town centre and represents the completion of the Denny Street phase of the works.

So here’s what changes will come into being from next Monday.

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From Monday at 6.00am, traffic, except for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), will be permitted to turn from Prince’s Street and Godfrey Place onto Ivy Terrace and onto Denny Street before veering right onto Castle Street/Ashe Street.

Parallel parking has been reintroduced on Denny Street in recent days replacing the former perpendicular parking arrangements.

There are new raised pedestrian crossings on the street and a new cycle path has been provided at sufficient distance from the parking area to ensure the safety of motorists and cyclists. Motorists are asked to drive with care while they familiarise themselves with the new layout.

In summary, the following changes will be place from Monday, May 22 at 6.00am:

• Traffic will be two-way on Denny Street
• Traffic (except for HGVs) can turn from Prince’s Street/Godfrey Place  onto Ivy Terrace and proceed along Denny Street
• At the top of Denny Street, traffic will veer right onto Castle/Ashe Street
• There will be parallel parking on both sides of Denny Street
• The Mall will remain closed to traffic as works continue there

Motorists are asked to pay attention to additional signage and new traffic lights and signals and to proceed with caution while members of the public adjust to the new arrangements.

Work on a significant enhancement of The Mall is continuing to schedule and Tralee town centre remains fully open for business.

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