Speed vans to monitor 60kph limit at Dublin Limerick M7 motorway roadworks

Enforcement of speed limit around motorway works to increase

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Garda speed vans to monitor 60kph speed limit at Kildare motorway roadworks from next week

Speed van. File picture

Laois commuters should take note that gardai will deploy Gosafe speed vans next week on the stretch of the M7 Dublin Limerick motorway undergoing roadworks at Kildare. 

The speed cameras will be in place between Junction 8 Johnstown and Junction 11 merge with M9 from Monday, August 27, in order to enforce the 60kph speed limit in place on the road due to the extensive upgrade roadworks being carried out.

The decision to put the speed vans in place has been made in consultation with Kildare County Council, the works contractors and Gosafe.

“We thank the public for their co-operation and we request motorists to heed the speed limits when travelling through the works zone #arrivealive”,” said a Garda statement.

Several motorists have already been prosecuted at Naas District Court for breaking the speed limit around the motorway works, which has been in place since their commencement in January.