TD for Dublin Mid West, Deputy Emer Higgins, has welcomed the much-anticipated opening of the Celbridge link road which is set to relieve traffic congestion in the area by providing an alternative route to the N4. Deputy Higgins said: “We’ve all been waiting for the opening of the Celbridge Link Road to help alleviate traffic congestion in Lucan. This new route was funded through an overall allocation of over €10m from Government for parks and roads in Adamstown. It will offer an alternative route to the N4 which many commuters may opt to use which in turn will reduce pressure on places like Dodsboro and the Newcastle Road. The road was due to open before Christmas but hit a couple of construction issues and it’s great to have it now available for use by local residents and commuters,” stated Deputy Emer Higgins
Newly open Celbridge Link Road to help relieve local traffic congestion
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