Sum of €36m. confirmed for major roadwork projects in Mayo
Posted in Connect on December 22, 2017.
The Connaught Telegraph – Sum of €36m. confirmed for major roadwork projects in Mayo
A SUM of €36 million has been allocated for road work projects in Mayo.
The funding will be used on many projects throughout the county.
Minister Michael Ring confirmed the following 2018 allocations for County Mayo as follows
€250,000 for Charlestown By-Pass
€6,550,000 for Westport to Turlough
€25,000 for N17 Knock to Tubbercurry
€700,000 for N26 Clongullane Bridge
€20,000 Pavement Renewals
€900,000 for the N26 Ballina N59 Junction to Rehins Fort Pavement Strengthening
€739,328 to N59 Erriff Pavement Strengthening
€692,928 to N59 Knappagh overlay
€615,936 N59 Lagduff More Pavement Overlay
€300,000 to N59 Laragan (HD28 locations included) Pavement Overlay
€1,387,728 to N59 Roskeen North Pavement Construction
€500,000 to N59 Shragraddy Pavement Reconstruction
€440,000 to N84 Castlebar to Ballinrobe at Gallagh
€1,091,280 N60 Manulla Pavement Strengthening
€1,300,000 N83 Ballyhaunis Pavement Strengthening
€785,000 N83 Devlis (including N60 Junction) Pavement Strengthening
€885,000 N83 Tavron to Ballyhaunis Phase 1 Pavement Overlay
€654,000 N83 Tavron to Ballyhaunis Phase 2 Pavement Overlay
€1,062,784 N83 Tavron to Ballyhaunis Phase 3 Pavement Strengthening
€97,368 N83 Tavron to Ballyhaunis Phase 4 Pavement Strengthening
€1,924,800 N84 Ballintubber Pavement Overlay
€3,100,000 N84 Partry Pavement Strengthening.
Also €339,220 (Local Authority Support (Improvement) 2018) and
PO Support (Improvement) 2018 in the amount of €1,384,697,
€220,000 Pavement Design and Contract Documents
€79,200 Local Authority Support (Maintenance) 2018
€10,000 Local Authority Support (Winter Maintenance) 2018.
He added: “This significant funding investment in our roads is much needed and will enable the commencement of very necessary works in 2018.”
Connaught Telegraph – Thursday, 21st December, 2017 1:15pm