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30 March 2012

The UK’s first local authority controlled PFI road project has now opened to traffic Ireland focuses budget on road maintenance

First publishedin World Highways
Ireland's Ministry of Transport is focussing on road maintenance rather than building new links at present. With the country’s economy still struggling under a burden of debt, finances are limited. Around 30 road maintenance projects are planned to be carried out in in Ireland during 2012. The Irish Government intends to invest around €200 million/year on road maintenance until its finances improve. New road projects are being delayed and will be held back until 2016 or 2017.

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Ireland's Ministry of Transport
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