Lobbying is being intensified to get the green light for a long-awaited bypass on the N22 road linking counties Cork and Kerry.
Wed, 10 Jun, 2015
Funding is unlikely to be provided for roundabouts at three dangerous junctions, where numerous accidents have occurred, on the N22 road between Cork and Tralee, it emerged yesterday.
Thu, 17 Jul, 2014
The National Roads Authority has been asked to come clean on a proposed roads project that may be at a dead-end.
Thu, 08 Mar, 2012
KERRY county manager Tom Curran has promised to maintain pressure on the National Roads Authority (NRA) and Cork County Council to ensure work on the long-awaited Macroom bypass road goes ahead.
Mon, 25 Apr, 2011
AN Bord Pleanála has given the green light for the redevelopment of a “virtually derelict” site close to a major junction at the northern entrance to top tourist town Killarney.
Tue, 06 Jul, 2010
A CORONER presiding at an inquest into the deaths of two young men in an horrific car crash in Co Kerry yesterday called for a change in the law and the possible introduction of speed limiters for young drivers.
Tue, 09 Mar, 2010
SENIOR management at Kerry County Council do not want any more houses along the N22 road between Tralee and Killarney.
Fri, 14 Mar, 2008
LANDOWNERS on the northern and western outskirts of Killarney are set for a huge financial windfall, with large amounts of property due to be zoned for housing.
Mon, 10 Dec, 2007
This property at Clounvrick, Macroom in Co Cork could appeal to buyers wanting to move out of town.
Sat, 11 Nov, 2006
A HIGH-LEVEL deputation from Kerry will meet the National Roads Authority (NRA) in Dublin today, amid concerns about delays in carrying out major roadworks in the county, at an estimated cost of at least €180 million.
Tue, 09 May, 2006
THE journey time between Cork and Tralee continues to decrease, with improvements to the N22 road.
Wed, 14 Dec, 2005
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