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Community updateThe Carrigaline Western Relief Road project is being undertaken by Bam Civil Ltd. on behalf of Cork County Council with construction activities due to commence in April 2021 and will continue for 18 months.

This critical infrastructure development is required to relieve traffic congestion along the Main Street and to facilitate the ongoing development of the town.

Every effort will be made to minimize disruption during the construction works and we don’t envisage any adverse effect on your day to day activities. Nevertheless, we shall endeavour to engage with the local community at all times to keep you up to date on progress, project news and upcoming temporary traffic management arrangements.

In order to provide such information, a specific project website has been setup here.

We have also appointed a Community Liaison Officer, Jack Walsh. Jack can be contacted at the following details if you have any queries.

087 6977538 jwalsh@bam.com

 

Road Opening in September 2022!!

Competition to Name the New Carrigaline Western Relief Road


Cllr Ben Dalton O’Sullivan; Cllr Michael Paul Murtagh; Carol Conway, Carrigaline Municipal District Officer; Mayor of The County of Cork, Cllr Gillian Coughlan; Cllr Jack White; Cllr Marcia D’Alton; and Cllr Séamus McGrath, pictured at the announcement that the new Carrigaline Western Relief Road will be named by the local community. Children attending schools in Carrigaline together with members of the public are invited to submit their proposed name, which should recognise the links to Carrigaline’s past while also considering the towns future. Entries can be submitted through Cork County Council’s online portal at www.yourcouncil.ie
Picture: Michael O’Sullivan /OSM PHOTO

Carrigaline Western Relief Road – Construction Progress Video May 2022

Description: The Carrigaline Western Relief Road scheme involves the provision of an urban relief road of 750 metres in length.

It also incorporates and completes Soccer Club Road, 690 metres in length.

The urban relief road includes the construction of a new double span bridge over the Owenboy River and 3 new signalised junctions. The roadway incorporates a cycleway and pedestrian infrastructure as a key active travel measure.

It allows for further development of lands to the west of main street, including significant housing expansion. It is the key enabler of the future development plans for Main Street, Carrigaline.

The project is funded by Cork County Council and the Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage through the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund (URDF).

 

August Works:

  • Pumping Stations Complete;
  • Drainage and Utilities Complete;
  • Pavement ongoing
  • Public lights complete
  • Traffic lights complete
  • Landscaping Ongoing
  • Finishes Ongoing

September Works:

  • Finishes
  • Commission traffic lights
  • Erect signs
  • Roadmarkings
  • Complete pavement

 

Other News:

      • Lane Restrictions in Place for the next 2 weeks at both Kilmoney and Ballea Junctions

    If you require any further information, you can contact us at the following details: Email to jwalsh@bamcontractors.ie TEXT MESSAGE TO 087 6977538

 

Other News:

Well done to all on the staff on the Carrigaline Western Relief Road site for contributing so many boxes of food donations to the Carrigaline & District Lions Club Food Appeal.