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25 Jan 2022

€800million in road projects planned for South Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Luffany Roundabout, Slieverue

With more than €800 million in major roads projects planned in the county, regular meetings should be taking place between Kilkenny County Council and Transport Infrastructure Ireland, say local councillors.
Two major roads, and two smaller projects, are at an early design and route selection stage.


The N25 Waterford to Glenmore scheme will have a budget between €90 to €120million. A route corridor has been selected and is awaiting TII for approval to proceed to Phase 3 (Design & Environmental Evaluation).

The N24 Waterford to Cahir scheme will be 60km in length and has a projected cost of €600 - €720million. Public consultation will start in early January.


Two further N24 projects - Carrick Road and Tower Road - have a budget of €10million each.

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