€100,000 spent on ramp repairs in Clondalkin and Lucan

By Echo Reporter

UP TO €100K was spent on ramp repairs in Clondalkin and Lucan in 2016, according to South Dublin County Council.

Meanwhile, in response to a question by Sinn Féin councillor Mark Ward, the council says they are spending 25k on traffic-calming measures for the Clondalkin area in 2017.

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This includes approximately 15k of work which was carried out between March to April of this year to repair ramps on Greenfort Avenue, Deansrath Park, Oldbridge View and Moorefield Estate.

The council says there is a further provision of €10k for new traffic calming measures in 2017.

Ramp repairs carried out in 2016 in Clondalkin include Woodford Estate, Bawnogue Road, Cherrywood Park and Crescent, Aylmer Rd, Oldchurch Drive, Monksfield Estate, Kilmahudderick Estate, Harelawn Estate, St Marks Estate, Collinstown Road, Neilstown Estate, Deansrath Estate, Lealand Estate and Lindisfarne Estate.

It cost approximately €50k for traffic-calming measures in Clondalkin in 2016, and a similar figure was quoted by the council for Lucan in the same year.

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