Traffic management plan sought for Rostellan
People in the village of Rostellan have been asking for road traffic management since 2009, Sinn Féin Deputy Pat Buckley told the Dáil.
“They have been supported by local villages, the Irving Oil refinery, Aghada power station, local gardaí and others,” said Deputy Buckley.
“Some 40% of the road tonnage in Cork county traverses the village, which needs traffic calming measures. A recent survey, which was carried out for 12 hours a day for seven days, showed that 43,796 vehicles passed through the village in one week,” he added.
Deputy Buckley asked if money was available for traffic management in the village and was Cork County Council drawing down funds for this purpose.
Replying on behalf of the Taoiseach, the Minister for