RATH ROUNDABOUT TO KILMOON CROSS
FIRST PUBLIC CONSULTATION DAY –
Study Area, Constraints and Scheme Options
Meath County Council in conjunction with Fingal County Council held a Public Consultation on the 12th March in relation to the N2 Rath Roundabout to Kilmoon Cross Scheme. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak the deadline for return of feedback in relation to this scheme has been extended to the 9th April 2020.
Disclaimer: Options remain a work in progress and are subject to further change / refinement as the Route Selection process advances.
Meath County Council has commenced the development of a scheme for the improvement of the N2 between Rath Roundabout and Kilmoon Cross. During the design process we will hold a number of three stages of non-statutory public consultation. These consultations may be a combination of public information events and/or publication of elements of the scheme electronically for comment.
In line with Article 6(3) of the Aarhus Convention, we have prepared a Project Consultation Roadmap, that outlines each stage of non-statutory public consultation, which can be viewed below.
ABOUT THE SCHEME
Meath County Council is working in partnership with Fingal County Council and in association with Transport Infrastructure Ireland, to develop a scheme along a section of the N2 between Rath Roundabout and Kilmoon Cross. The scheme name is N2 Rath Roundabout to Kilmoon Cross.
This scheme is referenced in a number of policy documents including the National Planning Framework (Ireland 2040), the National Development Plan (2018-2027) and the National Transport Authority’s Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area. The scheme is located immediately north of Ashbourne and forms part of the N2 National Primary route which links Dublin to Derry. The proposed project Study Area traverses County Meath and County Dublin.
The N2 between Rath Roundabout and Kilmoon Cross currently has a substandard alignment and safety is compromised due to a number of at-grade junctions and private accesses along the existing road. This section of the N2 experiences a number of existing traffic problems including major delays and long tailbacks from the signalised junction at Primatestown in the morning and evening peak periods. This scheme intends to improve journey times, journey time reliability and to reduce stop-start traffic on the N2 corridor. The scheme also intends to address the environmental and safety impacts associated with these traffic problems.
First Public Consultation Day –
Study Area, Constraints and Scheme Options 12th March 2020
Brochure & Questionnaire
AECOM – Roughan O’Donovan have been appointed by Meath County Council to provide engineering, traffic modelling and environmental consultancy services in relation to the proposed N2 Rath Roundabout to Kilmoon Cross Scheme.
All queries and comments in relation to this project can be submitted below:
Meath County Council
Meath County Council,
Navan, C15 Y291,
Engineering Design Consultants
N2 Rath to Kilmoon
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