There’s a crash on the busiest spot of the N7, between Rathcoole and Athgoe, that’s causing delays on the busy route out of Dublin.
And traffic is building quickly across the capital this evening as we head into the rush hour.
Among the busiest spots are the Greenhills Road, the Adamstown Road and Swords Road.
While The M50 and M1 are also reporting delays as people head home.
AA Roadwatch says: “Emergency services are dealing with a crash on the N7 outbound between J4 Rathcoole and J5 Athgoe, with delays on approach.
“The Greenhills Rd has long outbound delays from after the Walkinstown R/A through to the Mayberry Rd jct in Kilnamanagh.
“The Adamstown Rd (R120) has long queues both ways for the N4 jct outside Lucan.
“The Swords Rd is slow both ways between Drumcondra and the Whitehall Flyover.”
Elsewhere, there are delays heading out of Cabra and the Strand Road in Portmarnock is busy in both directions.
While the Tyrconnell Road is slow all the way through to the Naas Road and Kill Lane has delays from Baker’s Corner through to Deansgrange.
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Source: Dublin News