Cork-Limerick road needs bypasses says Council

The decision by the Government to cancel the Cork-Limerick Motorway has been criticised by Councillors again.

The “M20” would have cut travel time between the two cities by half an hour but the Minister for Transport confirmed in November that the project, along with others in Dublin, was being scrapped as his Department was was bearing the brunt of capital spending cuts.

However, some 20 million euro had already been spent on the Cork-Limerick project and Cork County Council have now decided to ask the Minister if funding might be found to at least build bypasses along the route

Mallow based Councillor Noel O’Connor spoke to


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