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Cat's Eyes M7 and M8

  • 13-10-2014 3:14pm
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    Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 96 ✭✭


    Has anyone noticed the state of the cat's eyes on the M7 and M8 motorways?
    I have recently started driving again at night from Dublin to Cork and noticed that 90% of the cat's eyes are no longer working.
    They are particularly bad on the M8 between Portlaoise and Fermoy and on most of the M7 bar Near Dublin.
    This is very dangerous and potential lethal going into the winter.
    Does anyone know who I should contact to complain about this?
    I have tweeted the NRA but no reply.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 980 ✭✭✭Decoda


    http://www.nra.ie/network-monitoring-and-management/road-maintenance/


    The maintenance services include the following:

    Undertaking routine inspections and maintenance of the asset, including pavement, drainage, structures, bridges, signage and safety barriers.

    Responding to incidents on the network, including emergencies and repairs to damaged sections of network.

    Provide severe weather response & winter maintenance service.

    Collect and manage asset data within the inventory management system.

    Undertake improvement, rehabilitation and renewal works.

    The country is broken down into three separate regions:

    The first region (Network A) is managed by Globalvia Sacyr Jons (GSJ Ltd.) It includes the Greater Dublin area and is approximately 160km in length including parts of the N/M1, N/M2, N/M3, N/M4, N/M7, M9 and N/M11. For additional informamtion contact: [email protected]

    The second region (Network B) is managed by Colas Roadbridge Joint Venture Ltd. It includes the Midlands/West of the country with approximately 256 km of carriageway and includes parts of the N/M4, N/M6, M7, N/M18, N19, M20 and N85. For additional informamtion contact: [email protected]

    The third region (Network C) is managed by Egis Lagan Services. Ltd It covers the South and South East and totals approximately 328 km in length and includes parts of the M7, M8, M9, N10, N20, N22, N24, N25, N28 and N40. For additional informamtion contact: [email protected]

    DC


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