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One popular use for this site is also to monitor the effects of heavy rain on flooding conditions, with floods of areas such as the Ouse through York, and the Wear through Durham, providing striking imagery of the force of nature that is torrential and persistant rainfall!
For now, they will work on design, with construction not until the first quarter of 2019.
On the 4th July, the €220M M28 Cork-Ringaskiddy motorway has been approved by the planning board.
The light at the end of the tunnel is that by the time this road opens in 2024, it is likely that electrification of the transport sector should be well underway, which will mitigate negative environmental effects.
The effect on noise levels is harder to ascertain though.
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Some €35 million of that figure is earmarked for four sites in the next 18/24 months, including new stations between Athlone and Moate, and Gorey in Co Wexford. Progress on the controversial 24-hour motorway service stop along the M6 had been held up for over two years due to a legal challenge centred on the contract process by the former NRA for design, build, operation and finance of the service station and shop businesses in Moate and Kilcullen, as well as the fit-out and operation of the third facility along the M11 near Gorey." Good news for the N5 Westport-Turlough dual carriageway.
This has moved to tender and is now likely to start construction in 2019 - not 2020 as previously envisaged - as announced by Minister Michael Ring.
Update May 2014: Thanks to everyone that took part in our customer survey last year, your views helped us to create this new site.
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