South Dublin County Council

Bye Laws and Forms

Speed limits and Bye-Laws

A Road Authority may make Bye-Laws to introduce speed limits on all roads within its administrative area. 

A Road Authority may make a Road Works Speed Limit Order on all roads in its administrative area for a period of less than 1 year for the purpose of carrying out Road Works.

Approval from the National Roads Authority is required for any speed limit changes on National Roads.

To view Road Speed Limit Bye-Laws and Roadworks Speed Limit Orders, please visit the Irish Statute book.

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