Huntstown Way QBC work due to commence
Please see the following communication I received today. I know many residents are sceptical about the Huntstown Way QBC but in the long term I think speeding up bus routes to the city and elsewhere is a step forward.
The funding for this project cannot legally be re-directed into other projects. Therefore if the QBC had not been sanctioned the resources would have been lost to Dublin 15. Despite our concerns about the project as a community let’s hope it will be beneficial for the long term. In my view investing in quality, reliable public transport is vital for the long term development of Dublin 15.
13th October, 2010
I wish to inform you that work has commenced on the construction of the Hunstown Way QBC Scheme.
The main element of the first phase of the works is the removal of the mini roundabout and the signalisation of the Blakestown Road / Hunstown Way junction and this work is planned to be carried out before the end of November, 2010.
The contract has been awarded to Wills Brothers and the scheme is expected to be substantially completed by the end of March 2011.
Tommie Mc Manus
Fingal County Council.
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