VIDEO: See how the M7 roadworks look from the sky

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VIDEO: See how the M7 roadworks look from the sky
21:00 Friday 25th of January 2019

Whatch how the M7 roadworks look from a drone in the sky above.

This footage by Keven McPheely was taken in December when heavy rainfall left a lot of surface water on the ground.

This contract consists of three major elements and is scheduled for full completion early 2020:

  • Widening the existing M7 motorway from two lanes to three lanes both eastbound and westbound for approximately 14km, between Junction 9 Naas North, at Maudlins (Perpetual Motion Ball) and the M7/M9 interchange at Junction 11.
    • Replacing and relocating the existing ramps at Junction 10 Naas South Newhall to the main Naas Newbridge dual carriageway, the R445. Also to include the construction of a new interchange at Osberstown between Junctions 9 and 10 which will be designated Junction 9a.
      • The Sallins Bypass which includes approximately 1.7km of new Type 2 Dual Carriageway and 2.0km of single carriageway, together with a 1.2km single carriageway link road from the Bypass to Sallins town centre.

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