Irish Funds Committed To Offaly Roads
|Ireland is putting 7.5m into roads spending in various Locations, across Co Offaly.
The money has been allocated to Offaly County Council for spending on regional and local roads.
Of the 7.5m which was provided, the vast majority (5.9m) will go to road improvements, safety works and signposting.
An additional 600,000 is to be spent on specific improvement projects such as: Adams Villas Tullamore (100,000); Clonearl Daingean (100,000); Moorpark Road Tullamore (100,000) and Mountrath Road, Kinnity (100,000). In addition, 200,000 is to be used for bridge strengthening.
An allocation of 1.5m will go to the maintenance of regional and local roads, with 217,000 of this set aside for winter maintenance work.
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According to the website, unearthore.com, there will also be a series of 'low cost safety improvement works' which will cost a total of 196,000.
These will take place at the R402 (Ballinagar); the L-1023 (Ballycommon to Derrygrogan); Convent Road, Tullamore; the R402 (Daingean); the R420 (Geashill Cross Roads); the R401 (Kilcumber bridge); the R420 (Portarlington) and the R400 (Rhode Bridge).
These roads have attracted grants from the Government totalling 375 million in 2011. See: www.unearthore.com/
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