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N5 Charlestown Bypass

Project Phase


7 Current:
Complete
1 Feasibility
2 Option Selections
3 Design & Environmental Evaluation
4 Statuory Process
5 Tendering
6 Construction
7 Complete



Project Description 

The scheme extends from the eastern end of the Swinford Bypass to east of the Mayo/Roscommon border and bypasses both the town of Charlestown and the village of Carracastle, following a route to the south of the existing N5. 

The project comprised of the design, execution and completion of approximately 18.2 km of single carriageway and 5 km of single carriageway slip roads, side roads and link roads. 

The N5 Charlestown Bypass forms part of the N5 National Primary route between Westport and Longford. The scheme was officially opened to traffic on November 2, 2007. 

 

Summary of Project Details 

Mainline Length: 

18.2km 

Contractor: 

SIAC Wills JV 

Date of Commencement on Site: 

March 2006 

Date of Road Opening: 

November 2007

Note:  

The route corridors shown on this map are for general location purposes only. They are approximate and do not represent the actual design. 

Contact 

If you have any queries or comments to make in relation to the project, if you require further information or if you wish to make an appointment please contact the following; 

Paul Hyland, 
Senior Engineer, 
Mayo National Roads Design Office, 
Glenparke House, 
The Mall, 
Castlebar, 
County Mayo 

T: (094) 906 4321 
E: phyland@regdesign.com 





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Project Phase


7 Current:
Complete
1 Feasibility
2 Option Selections
3 Design & Environmental Evaluation
4 Statuory Process
5 Tendering
6 Construction
7 Complete
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