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2018 National Road Speed Limit Review

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  • Kevwoody wrote: »
    Sorry Marno I'm not familiar with the townlands, what section are you referring to?
    Apologies, the Ballynasare section = the recently opened section just east of Lispole, bypassing Banogue hairpin

    There are plans afoot to complete the remaining 4.7km between here and Annascal, which would take out the other 3 bad bends along there.




  • I'm not sure to be honest, it may be because it's a fairly short distance from the 60km/h at Garrynadaur back to the start of the realignment, so it was just kept at 80km/h.

    There will also be a periodic speed limit of 40km/h passing the school before Lispole.




  • marno21 wrote: »
    Kevwoody wrote: »
    Sorry Marno I'm not familiar with the townlands, what section are you referring to?
    Apologies, the Ballynasare section = the recently opened section just east of Lispole, bypassing Banogue hairpin

    There are plans afoot to complete the remaining 4.7km between here and Annascal, which would take out the other 3 bad bends along there.

    I don't miss the Banogue hairpin towing the caravan down to Dingle...

    Roll on the rest of the upgrades.








  • marno21 wrote: »

    Might as well tumble half the county into the sea. :rolleyes:


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  • marno21 wrote:
    I don't know what to say about this


    Signs which were installed last week, have now mysteriously disappeared.

    These people really need to cop on!




  • Have they actually driven on the N68? It's not a consistently good quality nor safe road by any stretch of the imagination.




  • Have they actually driven on the N68? It's not a consistently good quality nor safe road by any stretch of the imagination.

    Well maybe the donkeys they be should invest in improving then rather than slapping on more speed limits roads




  • road_high wrote:
    Well maybe the donkeys they be should invest in improving then rather than slapping on more speed limits roads


    So TII are supposed to spend, probably billions, and upgrade every single stretch of road which got a lower limit, rather than make the road safer right now, by decreasing the speed limit?

    Yea, great plan!




  • A part of the N52 in Meath after a recent resurfacing job has gone from 80 kmh to 100. Its a few kms from the Louth border.


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