€15,755,901 in funding confirmed for roads in Limerick – O’Donovan

Added December 20th, 2019

Limerick Minister and Fine Gael TD Patrick O’Donovan has announced that €15,755,901 in roads funding has been allocated for Limerick in 2020.

“I am delighted to confirm that Limerick is to benefit from €15,755,901 in funding for maintaining and upgrading our roads network. The funding has been made available to Limerick City & County Council as a result of funding secured in Budget 2020.

“The allocation, confirmed by Transport Infrastructure Ireland today, includes €6 million funding for the following projects: M20 Limerick to Cork Road (€3million) , Foynes Limerick (€2million), Abbeyfeale Relief Road (€500,000) and the Newcastle West Relief Road (€500,000).

“I am also delighted to see that the funding has been made available to deliver these projects. These are major pieces of infrastructure that will bring major improvements to our road network here in County Limerick and is further sign of the Government’s commitment to balanced regional development.

“A well developed and maintained road network is vital to ensure safety on our roads but also to ensure that no area of the country is at a disadvantage when it comes to economic development. Fine Gael has committed to improving and maintaining a high-quality road network.”

More information on the full details on Limericks allocation can be found here : 2020NAT_LimerickCityandCoCo

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