Temporary changes to traffic flow in Dungannon will begin next week (20 June) as part of the town’s multi-million pound public realm scheme.
Lower Scotch Street will be open to one-way traffic only until the July holidays to allow work to progress on the scheme which is bringing new paving, lighting and street furniture to the town centre.
Traffic will be able to travel up Lower Scotch Street on to Georges Street and Barracks Street, while traffic leaving Scotch Street will be diverted along Georges Street onto to William Street and John Street.
The temporary measures will be in place until 11 July after when two-way traffic will once again accommodated. Lower Scotch Street will then temporarily become one-way again for a number of weeks from 25 July.
Funded by the Department for Social Development (DSD) and Mid Ulster District Council, the second phase of the town’s public realm scheme, will bring improvements to paving, lighting, street furniture, signage and planting in Scotch Street, Scotch Street Centre, Georges Street, William Street, Ann Street, Thomas Street, Perry Street and Northland Row.
The scheme contractors are Lagan Construction Group which has established a site office at Ann Street, Dungannon and the 24hr site contact number is 028 9055 7869 (during the construction period). Queries can also be emailed to [email protected].
Details about the works can be found here.