Road Improvements & Major Schemes
The following projects being undertaken by the Travel & Transportation Strategy Department of Limerick City and County Council.
Limerick Smarter Travel (LST) have submitted a Part VIII Planning Application to carry out proposed works on LST's Route 4: Ballysimon, Castletroy and Newtown, Limerick.
Limerick Smarter Travel (LST) have submitted a Part VIII Planning Application to carry out proposed works on LST's Route Rhebogue Neighbourhood Greenway.
Limerick Smarter Travel (LST) have submitted a Part VIII Planning Application to carry out proposed works on LST's Route Park Bridge and Park Road.
Clare County Council, in conjunction with Limerick City and County Council, has commenced the planning process to advance the development of the Limerick Northern Distributor Road and associated infrastructure from a location in the vicinity of the eastern end of the proposed Coonagh-Knockalishee
Pursuant to the Limerick City Development Plan 2010-2016 objective to ‘create a high quality and safe urban environment attractive to investors, employers, residents and tourists’ and to ‘generate a sense of pride in the City’, Limerick City and County Council proposes to redevelop the vicinity o
The Scheme is located on the R526 Regional Road between Limerick and Patrickswell, County Limerick. This section of the R526 was formerly the N20 National Primary Road but was bypassed by the construction of the M20 Motorway.
View Limerick Metropolitan District Movement Framework Study below .
In 2017 Part 8 development was granted for works to be completed in Caherconlish village.
The N/M20 Cork to Limerick Road Improvement Scheme is a key element in Project Ireland 2040, the Government’s long-term overarching strategy to make Ireland a better country for all of its people.
N20 O’ Rourke’s Cross Road Improvement Scheme Compulsory Purchase Order 2020
N24 Beary’s Cross Road Improvement Scheme Compulsory Purchase Order 2020.
Plans have been unveiled by Limerick City and County Council for the re-development of Limerick’s premier street – O’Connell Street. The O’Connell Street Revitalisation Project covers the area between the junctions with Denmark Street/ Arthur’s Quay and Cecil Street/ Lower Cecil Street.
The Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) is a key element of Pillar 3 of Rebuilding Ireland: An Action Plan for Housing & Homelessness to unlock sites to deliver 20,000 housing units by 2021.
Limerick City and County Council has applied to An Bord Pleanála for approval of the Foynes to Limerick Road (including Adare Bypass) project.