Mayor of Naas complains that roadworks cause daily havoc
18 Nov 2015
Roadwork delays in the Naas area are adding to traffic woes as the busy season commences and adverse weather makes driving conditions more difficult for motorists, warns the Mayor of Naas. According to Mayor James Lawless, the Sallins Rd. roundabout, Main St. bus stop upgrades, and Kilcullen Rd. roadworks are contributing to long tailbacks on approach roads to Naas town and through Sallins village. A statement by Cllr James Lawless on the issue stressed the need for prompt completion of the roadworks to relieve the traffic chaos for motorists. He said: "The Sallins Rd. roundabout and Kilcullen Rd. upgrade are simply taking far too long to complete. It is unacceptable. One would have thought that in this day we could deliver projects like these quickly and efficiently, but it's worse they're getting." "Many residents have raised the issue with me about the ongoing roadworks on the Sallins Rd. and how it's causing havoc daily. I will be doing all I can at council level to expedite the completion of these works, especially now that bad weather and the busy Christmas season is upon us. It is critical that Naas town gets its Main Street back to normal for Christmas."
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