Traffic LIVE: Delays build across Dublin with 158 jams reported

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Delays are building across Dublin this evening, as the sky darkens and visibility lowers across roads in the county.

At the moment, it’s quite busy out by Kill Lane, particularly along Abbey Road and Rochestown Avenue.

The M1 also has some delays, as well as the Navan Road, Ratoath Road and then on Constitution Hill.

According to Dublin TomTom traffic, there’s currently 158 traffic jams across Dublin at the moment.

AA Roadwatch says: “Traffic is quite busy on the Abbey Rd and Rochestown Ave towards Kill Lane, which itself is slow towards the Dean’s Grange Rd jct.

“It’s slow on the M1 northbound approaching J7 Julianstown.

“Busy on the Navan Rd outbound from Cabra Cross to the Baggot Rd jct.

“Nearby on the Ratoath Rd it’s slow towards Tolka Valley Park.

“Outbound traffic is slow on Constitution Hill towards Hart’s Corner on the Phibsborough Rd. In the other direction, traffic is busy on Church St towards the North Quays.”

Elsewhere, there’s delays on the Swords Road, and along the Grand Canal with the Chapelizod bypass also slowing down.

More delays are on the N7 and M11.

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Source: Dublin News