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N11/M11 Bus Priority Interim Scheme

The severity of traffic congestion issues on the N11/M11, particularly at peak travel times, in conjunction with public feedback, requires an early intervention to start addressing the problems on the corridor.

Accordingly, a project to assess the feasibility of providing bus lanes on the N11/M11 corridor is progressing. If feasible, bus lanes could offer a practicable interim solution in advance of the main N11/M11 Junction 4 to Junction 14 Improvement Scheme.

This separate project, entitled the N11/M11 Bus Priority Interim Scheme, is a multi-authority project involving Wicklow County Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, National Transport Authority and Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.

The N11/M11 Bus Priority Interim Scheme is being implemented in accordance with Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s Project Management Guidelines and aims to deliver bus priority measures on the N11/M11 national road in the form of a dedicated lane that can be used by buses/coaches during peak periods to avoid congested traffic lanes.

The project is currently in Phase 2 (Option Selection) and work is progressing on the development of feasible design options for the provision of bus lanes along the existing N11/M11 route from Loughlinstown roundabout in the north to Junction 9 (Glenview) in the south.

The Project Team has now released Bulletin No.1 on the scheme website which provides an introduction and progress update on the scheme.

The project team is available to interested parties and members of the public to deal with any queries or issues arising on the project by emailing or at the contact details contained in the Bulletin

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