Listowel Municipal District councillors have approved the road works programme for the area for this year.
It’s based on funding from the Department of Transport for non-national roads and Transport Infrastructure Ireland for national roads.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s grant aid cover work on the N69 in Listowel – €6.5 million on the bypass; €780,000 for pavement overlay from Main Street to Kerry Foods in Listowel; €360,000 for pavement overlay on Upper Church Street; and €140,000 for a safety scheme at Bridge Street.
€1.4 million of the Specific Improvement Grant is going on the R556 Rathscannel Road to complete the planning process and land acquisition.
€150,000 of the Bridge Rehabilitation Works funding is for Clieveragh, Listowel and €55,000 for Moybella North Bridge.
The Restoration Improvement Programme will see €2.2 million spent on over 18km of works in the Listowel MD, including €300,000 on 3km of the L-1021 Moyvane to Tarmons, and €222,000 on 900 metres of the R551 Ballyheigue to Ardfert.
€648,000 will be spent on almost 30km of works in the Restoration Maintenance Programme.
€80,000 is to go on footpaths in the Listowel MD, and €189,428 on drainage works on 95km of local secondary and tertiary roads.
Four roads in the Listowel MD are covered by the Community Improvement Scheme.