No progress is likely to be made over the next number of years on either the N26 or the proposed Ballina Orbital Route.

That's according to Ballina Fianna Fail Councillor Annie May Reape who was one of a delegation of Mayo Councillors who met with Transport Infrastucture Ireland on Monday in relation to a number of road projects across the county.

The realignment of the N26 from Mount Falcon to Foxford, and the need for an orbital route around the town of Ballina were highlighted, but Councillor Reape says neither road project is included in the National Framework Plan, so it could five, or possibly ten years, before they progress.

Councillor Reape says the N5 is now the priority road for Mayo, and there's no good news for motorists in the Ballina area.

 

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