24 January 2020 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Michael Fisher

Monaghan County Council has received over 1,000 submissions concerning the six potential routes for the upgrading of the N2 Dublin Derry road between Ardee and Castleblayney (a 32km section) and from Clontibret to the border with Co.Tyrone, a stretch of 28km.

By early January over 900 submissions had been submitted concerning the N2 Ardee to Castleblayney section and over 230 submissions had been received for the Clontibret to the Border scheme. A Council spokesperson said there had been positive engagement from businesses, farmers and residents during the nonstatutory public consultation period that was extended during December.

The County Council thanked members of the public who engaged in the consultation on the two schemes. The Council is the lead partner and is working with Louth County Council and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to upgrade these two important sections of the national road in order to enhance ….

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