Works in the centre of Listowel are expected to be substantially completed by the 25th of November.
The roadworks on William Street began last month and are currently on schedule.
That’s according to council management who were responding to a query from Fine Gael Cllr Aoife Thorton at the recent Listowel Municipal District meeting.
The works on William Street, Listowel began on the 26th of September, and to date they’re on schedule with pipes, mains, and ducts laid in the first 70 metres.
The council says they’re expected to be substantially completed by Friday the 25th of November.
William Street Lower is currently closed to through traffic, with traffic diversions in place and two-way traffic on Church Street operating well, according to the local authority.
When pipe laying on William Street Lower is complete, a temporary surface will be laid and it’ll be opened to traffic.
When the pipe laying is finished on the upper part of William Street, permanent restoration of the road will involve closing the street entirely for four days.