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  • Title: Home > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: .. Gaeilge.. |.. Cork City Council.. | Text Size:.. A.. Low Vision.. Search.. :.. Home.. Safety.. Traffic Cameras.. Planned Closures.. FAQs.. Construction.. Jack Lynch.. Contact Us.. Page Style:.. Return to Graphics Version.. Live Webcam Views.. Jack Lynch Tunnel Southbound.. Jack Lynch Tunnel Northbound.. Planned Maintenance Closures.. Start Date.. Start Time.. End date.. End Time.. Traffic Bores.. 07/08/2012.. 21:15 hrs.. 08/08/2012.. 07:00 hrs.. Both.. 09/08/2012.. 10/08/2012.. 02/10/2012.. 20:00 hrs.. 03/10/2012.. 20.. :00 hrs..  ...   Mobile Number:.. I agree to the.. terms conditions.. for this service.. Join our mailing list.. E-mail address:.. Jack Lynch Tunnel Online.. This website presented in association with.. Tunnel Management Building, Jack Lynch Tunnel, Dunkettle, Cork.. Phone: 021 4520420 | Fax: 021 4520430 | email:.. jl_tunnel@corkcity.. ie.. Planned Tunnel Closures.. Operational Details.. About Jack Lynch.. Links.. Sitemap.. email sub thanks.. Accessibility.. Copyright.. Re-use of Information.. Disclaimer.. Freedom of Information.. Privacy and Security.. Webmaster..

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  • Title: Gaeilge > Tollán Sheáin Uí Loinsigh
    Descriptive info: English.. Comhairle Cathrach Chorcaí.. | Méid an Téacs:.. Lagamharc.. Cuardaigh.. Baile.. Sábháilteacht.. Ceamairí Tráchta.. Dúnadh Pleanáilte.. Ceisteanna Coitianta.. Tógáil.. Seán Uí Loinsigh.. Déan teagmháil linn.. Ceamairí Tráchta Tollán Sheáin Uí Loinsigh.. Tollán Sheáin Uí Loinsigh Ó Dheas.. Tollán Sheáin Uí Loinsigh Ó Thuaidh.. Tollán Sheáin Uí  ...   i gcomhar le.. Foirgneamh Bainistiochta an Tollán, Tollán Sheáin Uí Loinsigh, Dún Citil, Corcaigh.. Guthán: 021 4520420 | Facs: 021 4520430 | R-Phost:.. Sonraí Oibriúcháin.. Faoi Seán Ó Loingsigh.. Naisc.. Mapa Suímh.. Inrochtaineacht.. Cóipcheart.. Athúsáid Faisnéise ón Earnáil Phoiblí.. Séanadh.. Saoráil Faisnéise.. Ráiteas Príobháideachais.. Stiúrthóir Gréasáin..

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  • Title: Search > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: In this Section.. Print this page.. You are here:.. Search.. This search will allow you to search the contents of all the publicly available documents at this site.. Search:.. Match Words:.. Match ALL words.. Match ANY word.. Use Boolean logic..

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  • Title: Safety > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: General Information.. FM Radio Frequencies.. Safety.. What to do before entering the tunnel.. Safety Sign.. Safety Message.. Check you have.. sufficient fuel.. Tune into FM.. radio.. station to hear safety instructions, in case of incident.. Switch on.. headlights.. , take off your.. sunglasses.. Obey lane control signs.. Observe.. height.. restriction.. What to do inside the tunnel.. Safety Sign.. Maintain a.. safe distance.. between vehicles.. Stay in lane.. ,.. do not overtake.. Do not turn or reverse.. Do not stop, except in an emergency, until you have left the tunnel and are clear of the exit.. What to do  ...   vehicle.. Call for help.. from a safety panel.. What to do if your or another vehicle is on fire.. If your vehicle is on fire, if possible.. drive out of the tunnel.. If that is not possible, pull over to the side, switch off your engine and.. leave the vehicle immediately, use the nearest emergency exit.. If you can,.. put out the fire.. using.. fire fighting appliances.. (extinguisher or hose reel) available at the safety panels in the tunnel.. Remember: Fire and smoke can kill, save your life not your vehicle!.. Download the Safety Leaflet in PDF format..

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  • Title: Traffic Cameras > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: Traffic Cameras..

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  • Title: Planned Tunnel Closures > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: Planned Tunnel Closures.. Planned Tunnel Closures at the Jack Lynch Tunnel.. Lanes.. Comments.. 1 2.. Maintenance Closure.. 20:00.. hrs.. Why has the Tunnel to close for maintenance overnight every 3 months?.. This is to facilitate maintenance of equipment within the traffic bores and include cleaning of the walls, road surface, light fittings, CCTV cameras, and pollution sensors.. Electrical and mechanical maintenance of pumps, level control equipment and calibration of systems.. Please note, work is normally completed over the first two nights..

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  • Title: FAQs > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: FAQs.. FAQ's.. What are the average traffic volumes?.. The 24 hour count for both traffic bore is in excess of 60,000 vehicles per day.. How is pollution measured within the tunnel?.. There are sensors in the traffic bores and central bore that measure visibility, Carbon monoxide, Nitric oxide, petroleum fumes and Oxygen levels.. How far under the water is the tunnel?.. At high tide the road surface at the lowest point of the tunnel is 20 metres below the water surface.. How many lights are in the tunnel?.. There are a total of 1158 luminaires in both traffic bore, these consist of a  ...   the external daylight lighting levels.. What does contraflow mean?.. Contraflow is when one of the traffic bores is closed and there is two way (Bidirectional) traffic in the other traffic bore, variable message signs and cones will direct the traffic to the correct lane.. Which national primary road runs through the tunnel?.. The N25 is the national primary road that runs through the tunnel, forming the route from Cork to Rosslare Europort.. The N25 road is part of the E30 European route that runs from Cork to Moscow and onto Omsk with a total length of 5800km, one of the longest European routes..

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  • Title: Construction > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: Construction.. Construction details.. The Jack Lynch Tunnel was built using the immersed tube method, this involved the construction of a large casting basin on the southern (Mahon) side.. The excavation of a million tonnes of material including 150,000tonnes of limestone rock and the preparation of the casting basin covering 21.. 6 acres or 8.. 75 hectares was itself an unprecedented engineering challenge in this country.. Inside the 350 metre long, 250 metre wide, casting basin were built the five tunnel units – each weighing 27,000 tonnes – along with the northern approach ramp “boat” section.. Each tunnel unit is 122 metres long, 24 metres wide and 9 metres high and is built with reinforced concrete.. A total of 120,000 cubic metres of concrete were poured in constructing the five tunnel units and approximately 8,000 tonnes reinforcing steel was used.. The twin traffic bores, each comprising two lanes of uni-directional, are divided by a Central Service/Emergency Escape passageway.. While the units were being constructed within the casting basin, a trench was dredged across the river and below the river bed.. This involved the excavation of 785,000 tonnes of silt and alluvium which was not suitable for re-use within the works and which was disposed of at sea under licence from the Department of the Marine.. Further dredging of 300,000 tonnes  ...   located deep below the bed of the river.. The positioning of each unit, between June and August of 1997, was assisted by the use of flotation pontoons and the immersion of the units r3equired the use of water ballast tanks.. This operation required some restrictions on shipping movement for six 48 hour periods and was done in co-operation with the Port of Cork Authority.. The sections were linked together using the “Gina” and “Omega” gasket – methods well proven in international submersed tunnel construction.. When the tunnel units were firmly in position, the temporary bulkhead seals were removed from inside the tunnel and the trench was later backfilled to restore the river bed level.. The casting basin was then backfilled for landscaping and the creation of a valuable local amenity.. The reclamation areas adjacent to the southern portal of the tunnel at the Mahon side were also landscaped to create a riverside amenity walk.. During 1998 and the earlier part of 1999, the assembled and sealed tunnel was completed and fitted from the inside.. This included installations of all the requisite lighting, ventilation, fire fighting, drainage, control, monitoring and safety equipment, along with internal finishes and road surfacing.. In addition the southern approach ramp to the tunnel was constructed in situ within the eastern side of the casting basin..

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  • Title: About Jack Lynch > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: About Jack Lynch.. Jack Lynch born on august 15, 1917, under the shadow of another great city landmark, the church and steeple of St Anne’s, Shandon.. He played his first hurling and football games around it.. From primary school at St Vincent’s Convent school he graduated to North Monastery, the great nursery of hurling.. He got his first job in the Civil Service after being also offered an army cadetship and while working in the Cork Courthouse also studied law at UCC and, at the same time, was well into an illustrious hurling and football career.. During the 1940’s he reached the peak of athletic perfection and achievements by winning six All Ireland’s in successive years in hurling and football.. He was encouraged and cajoled into active politics  ...   Spectacular.. He polled 20,079 first preferences out of a total poll of 51,837.. That was two and a half times the votes he needed to be re-elected to Dail Eireann.. During his years as a politician he distinguished himself as Dail Deputy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Government, as Minister who held a number of major portfolios, as leader of his party, as Taoiseach of Government and he represented Ireland with distinction across the world.. He was Vice president of the Consultative Assembly of Europe in 1958 and President of the International Labour Conference in 1962.. But while his national and international work by its nature limited his opportunities to spend time in Cork, Jack Lynch’s abiding love of his own place and its people increased more than diminished..

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  • Title: Contact Us > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Tunnel Management Building,.. Jack Lynch Tunnel,.. Dunkettle,.. Cork.. Phone: 021 4520420.. Fax: 021 4520430.. email:..

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  • Title: Location Map > Jack Lynch Tunnel
    Descriptive info: Location Map.. Location Map.. Loading.. Map..

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