Public can have their say on development of one of Kilkenny’s busiest roads
Kilkenny residents are being invited to have their say on the layout of one of the county’s busiest roads.
Kilkenny County Council, working in partnership with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), are developing a road scheme to improve the N25 between Waterford and Glenmore and are now seeking the public’s input.
This project will complete the link between the Waterford City Bypass and the New Ross Bypass, opening up the Western Corridor and connecting Wexford and Rosslare Port to the country as a whole.
The project is currently at the conclusion of the ‘Phase 2 – Option Selection’. As part of this process a non-statutory public display event is being held seeking the public’s feedback.
Cllr Andrew McGuinness, the Cathaoirleach of Kilkenny County Council said the work on the N25 is “the fulfilment of a long-standing objective to improve connectivity in the south of the county and South East region”.
The council is seeking the public’s engagement through an on-line public display event, which is accessible through the project website www.n25waterford2glenmore.ie/
Submissions can be made between May 26 and June 4.