Nearly €28m Allocated For Roads Improvement In Kerry

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ALMOST €28m has been allocated to Kerry County Council for investment in national roads in the county next year.

Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s (TII) budget for 2021 today allocated €26,855,000 million for improvement of roads in Kerry.

They also released a second tranche of funding worth €1,092,721 million which will specifically go towards road maintenance.

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Kerry Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for Education, Norma Foley welcomed the news.

“I am delighted to welcome the 2021 grant allocation of close to €28 million which will be used to improve and maintain the national roads in Kerry.

“I welcome this investment as it will go a long way to improving and maintaining the quality road network that is so vital to Kerry business and tourism.” Foley concluded.

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