Progress on £4.3 million investment in Craigavon area
Sinn Féin Regional Development Minister Conor Murphy has welcomed Roads Service's progress on investment totalling £4.3million in the Craigavon Council area this year.
Speaking ahead of tonight's meeting between Roads Service and Craigavon Borough Council, the Minister said:
"Roads Service is nearing completion on works to improve safety on 1.1km stretch of the Carn Road at Carn Industrial Estate, Craigavon. The work involves widening, junction realignment and improved lighting on a number of junctions. It is envisaged that this work will be completed by the end of this year.
"Other schemes which have already been completed include carriageway widening on the Derryvore Lane and the Killaghy Road as well as traffic calming schemes on the Brownlow Road, Craigavon and Bachelors Walk, Portadown. These schemes are in addition to the ongoing extensive programme of smaller local transport and safety measures, as well as resurfacing and other routine maintenance works."
Note to Editors
The continued investment in local transport and safety measures in the Craigavon Council area includes include traffic calming schemes, measures to assist cyclists and pedestrians and a programme of school travel and safety projects.