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€200,000 allocated to Aghadoe junction just meets cost of preparatory work

Apr 13, 2021 17:04 By radiokerrynews
€200,000 allocated to Aghadoe junction just meets cost of preparatory work €200,000 allocated to Aghadoe junction just meets cost of preparatory work
Photo: Madam's Hill junction on the Tralee Road in Killarney
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The €200,000 allocated for safety improvement works at Aghadoe junction near Killarney will just go towards the cost of preparatory work and designs fees.

A spokesperson for Kerry County Council said work to improve safety at the junction from Madam's Hill onto the main Killarney to Tralee road will cost significantly more than the €200,000 assigned.

The issue was raised by councillor Maura Healy Rae who told a meeting of Killarney Municipal District that accidents and near misses continue to happen at the site.

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Councillors were told that proposals have been developed to mitigate safety at this location and they will be presented to elected members in April or May before finalising them.

 

 

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