The design team involved in the project to improve the transport options between Cahir and Oola will present their proposal in person to the public today at Ballykisteen Hotel today and on Thursday.
Members of the public can drop in between 1pm and 8pm each day. Public representatives will get an opportunity to review the proposal this morning.
565 property owners on the corridor of land for the project were contacted by letter and invited to engage with the design team.
Not all of those receiving a letter will have their land purchased for the project.
The proposal will see some new roadways constructed and some upgrades of parts of the existing N24.
Limerick Junction will be bypassed to the south and Oola, Monard , Tipperary town and Bansha will also be bypassed.
Public transport is to improve on the route between Limerick and Waterford and investment is to be made in walking and cycling infrastructure especially in Cahir and Tipperary Towns.
The proposed by pass of Tipperary Town is planned to run to the north of the town between the Town and Rossmore Village.
Details of the Preferred Transport Solution are now available on the project website www.n24cahirlimerick.ie The Public Display material including maps are also available to view from Friday 27 May 2022 until Friday 17 June 2022 at
• Tipperary-Cahir-Cashel Municipal District Offices at Rosanna Road, Tipperary, 1
• Cahir Library, The Square, Cahir, Co. Tipperary, E21 WD89
• Cappamore Library, Gortnascarry, Cappamore, Co. Limerick, V94 C6X4For further information visit www.n24cahirlimerick.ie or contact the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (061) 951000.