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European Union. National Roads Programme BMW Regional Assembly Conference 4 March, 2004. Programme Framework/Criteria for Priorities. NDP and ESIOP Framework Completion of major inter-urban routes (Dublin/Cork, Dublin/Galway by end 2007?) Completion of M50 and Dublin Port Tunnel

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European Union

National Roads Programme

BMW Regional Assembly Conference

4 March, 2004


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Programme Framework/Criteria for Priorities

NDP and ESIOP Framework

  • Completion of major inter-urban routes (Dublin/Cork, Dublin/Galway by end 2007?)

  • Completion of M50 and Dublin Port Tunnel

  • PPP Schemes – secure private investment

  • BMW/S&E – observe NDP expenditure targets

  • Achieve LOS D on 90% of national primary roads


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Programme Funding

  • 2000-2003: Exchequer actual - €3.78b;

    Exchequer OP - €2.93b

  • Estimated cost of Roads Programme: €15.8b (2002 prices)

  • MIU timetable:

    €1.2b per annum – completion in 2010

    (with substantial sections of a number of routes completed earlier)

    Additional funding of €2.0b – completion in 2008


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Multi-Annual Framework (MAF)

  • MAF sought by NRA, with mechanism to carry forward unexpended provision

  • Programme management and efficiency benefits; greater certainty of scheme timelines

  • MAF announced by Minister for Finance in December, 2003 Budget

  • 5 year rolling investment framework with indicative Exchequer funding of €6.867b (2004-2008), supplemented by private investment (€1.15b)


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Multi-Annual Framework

MAF to set out:

  • Schemes in progress/to start in 2004 and schemes planned up to 2008

  • Scheme costs, expenditure incurred, forecast spending profiles

  • Scheme commencement and completion dates, and

  • Confirmation of compliance with official guidelines on appraisal of capital expenditure projects, etc..


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MAF Conditions

  • Contractual commitments made in 2004 not to exceed:

    85% of 2004 allocation in respect of 2005 liabilities

    75% of 2004 allocation in respect of 2006 liabilities

    60% of 2004 allocation in respect of 2007 liabilities

    45% of 2004 allocation in respect of 2008 liabilities

  • Contingency provision to be operated for unforeseen demands or additional costs

  • Unspent annual allocation may be carried into following year subject to a limit of 10% of allocation

  • Commitment limits to be rolled forward annually


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MAF Indicative Allocations: National Roads

  • 2004:Improvements - €1.227b (2003: €1.209b) Maintenance - €52.628m (2003: €53.396m)

  • Exchequer Allocations (Capital)2005 - €1.32b 2006 - €1.335b2007 - €1.455b2008 - €1.53b

  • Total Exchequer Capital allocation 2004-2008: €6.867b

  • MAF programme in preparation; to be submitted to Minister for Transport for approval


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2004 Roads Programme

Schemes under construction as at 1 January, 2004

  • N2 Carrickmacross By-Pass (Single Carriageway) 9km

  • M4 Kilcock-Kinnegad (PPP) (Motorway) 38km

  • N4 McNeads Bridge-Kinnegad (Dual Carriageway) 5km

  • N4 Hughestown/Meera (Single Carriageway) 3km

  • N5 Strokestown/Longford (Single Carriageway) 8km

  • M7 Monasterevin By-Pass (Motorway) 17km

  • N7 Naas Road (Kingswood Interchange)

/…


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  • N7 Limerick Southern Ring Road (Ph 1) (Dual Carriageway) 10km

  • N7 Parkway, Limerick (Four Lane Undivided C’way) 1km

  • N8 Cashel By-Pass (Dual Carriageway) 7km

  • N11 Ashford/Rathnew By-Pass (Dual Carriageway) 14km

  • N21 Ballycarty/Tralee (Single Carriageway) 3km

  • N22 Ballincollig By-Pass (Dual Carriageway) 12km

  • N26 Ballina/Bohola Phase 1 (Single Carriageway) 5km

  • M50/N11 Wyatville (Interchange)

  • M50 South Eastern Motorway (Motorway) 11km

  • M50 Dublin Port Tunnel (Motorway) 6km


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2004 Roads Programme

Schemes to be completed in 2004:

  • N4 Hughestown/Meera (Single Carriageway) 3km

  • N5 Strokestown/Longford (Single Carriageway) 8km

  • N7 Limerick Southern Ring Road, Phase 1 (Dual Carriageway) 10km

  • N7 Parkway, Limerick (Four Lane Undivided C’way) 1km

  • N7 Naas Road/Kingswood Interchange

/…


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  • N21 Ballycarty/Tralee (Single Carriageway) 3km

  • N22 Ballincollig By-Pass (Dual Carriageway) 12km

  • N26 Ballina/Bohola, Phase 1 5km

  • M50/N11 Wyatville (Interchange)

  • M7 Monasterevin By-Pass* (Motorway) 17km

  • N8 Cashel By-Pass* (Dual Carriageway) 7km

  • N11 Ashford/Rathnew* (Dual Carriageway) 14km

    *completion in 2004 possible under favorable conditions


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2004 Roads Programme

Schemes to commence in 2004

  • M1 Dundalk Western By-Pass (PPP) (Motorway) 11km

    (BMW)

  • N1 Border/Dundalk (Dual Carriageway) 10km (BMW)

  • N2 Ashbourne By-Pass/M50 Jct. (Dual Carriageway) 17km (S&E)

  • N4 Sligo Inner Relief Road (Dual Carriageway) 5km (BMW)

  • N6 Loughrea By-Pass (Single Carriageway) 4km (BMW)

  • N7 Naas Road Widening (Dual Carriageway) 15km (S&E)

/…


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  • N8 Fermoy ByPass (PPP) (Motorway) 18km (S&E)

  • N15 Ballyshannon/Bundoran By-Pass (Single Carriageway) 11km (BMW)

  • N18 Ennis By-Pass (Dual Carriageway 14km; Single Carriageway 7km) (S&E)

  • N25 Waterford City By-Pass (Dual Carriageway) 18km (S&E)

  • N25 Kinsale Road Interchange 1km (S&E)

  • N52 Mullingar By-Pass (Single Carriageway) 5km (BMW)

/…


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  • N55 Cavan By-Pass (Single Carriageway) 3km (BMW)

  • N2 Monaghan By-Pass Phase 1* (Single Carriageway) 2km (BMW)

  • N22 Gortatlea/Farranfore* (Single Carriageway) 4km (S&E)

  • N30 Enniscorthy/Clonroche (Moneytucker)* (Single Carriageway) 5km (S&E)

  • N56 Mountain Top/Illustrim* (Single Carriageway) 5km (BMW)

    *tender process to proceed and schemes to start in 2004 under favorable programme management and funding conditions


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2004 Roads Programme

  • 17 major projects under construction at start of year comprising 149 kms

  • 17 major projects to start during the year comprising 155 kms

  • Increased level of road building in the BMW region – 9 out of 17 new starts

  • Completion of 12 major projects comprising 80 kms

  • Substantial programme of pavement rehabilitation on national primary and secondary network


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2004 Roads Programme

  • €96.5 m allocated for scheme planning and design, property acquisition and preliminary investigations

  • Completion of statutory procedures for all remaining sections of the MIU routes i.e. publication of CPO’s/MO’s and EIS’s

  • Allocation of €17.265 m for road safety measures

  • Provision of €5.15 m for retrofitting of crash barriers on medians of motorways and dual carriageways

  • Allocation of €5 m to cater for the planned metrication of speed limit signs


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N1 Dublin - Border

N.I. Border / Dundalk

Dundalk Western B/P

Dunleer/Dundalk

Drogheda B/P

Dunleer By-Pass

Lissenhall/Balbriggan

N1

Balbriggan By-Pass

Cloghran/Lissenhall

April,2001 Prices


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N4/N6 Dublin - Galway

Athlone / Ballinasloe By-Pass

Kinnegad / Enfield

Kinnegad / Athlone

Athlone By-Pass

Ballinasloe East/ Oranmore

Leixlip / Kilcock

Galway Outer By-Pass

Celbridge Interchange

Leixlip / M50 Junction

N6

N4

April,2001 Prices


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N7 Dublin - Limerick

April,2001 Prices

Nenagh By-Pass

Naas Road to Kildare Co Bdy

N7

Nenagh / Limerick

Naas Road Widening (K)

Limerick Sth Ring

Road Ph 1 & 2

Naas / Newbridge

Kildare By-Pass

Castletown / Nenagh

Monasterevin By-Pass

Portlaoise By-Pass


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N8 Cork - Portlaoise

N7

Portlaoise / Cullahill

April,2001 Prices

Cullahill / Cashel

N8

Fermoy / Watergrasshill

Cashel By-Pass

Cashel / Mitchelstown

Watergrasshill By-Pass

Glanmire By-Pass

Mitchelstown / Fermoy


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N9 Dublin - Waterford

April,2001 Prices

Dublin

Kilcullen / Waterford (Nthrn Section)

Naas

N7

N9

Carlow

Limerick

N10

Kilcullen / Waterford (Sthrn Section)

Kilkenny

Waterford By-Pass

Waterford

Rosslare

Harbour

Cork


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M50 Dublin C-Ring

o Belfast

N1

T

o Derry

T

N2

SWORDS

MALAHIDE

o Cavan

THE

W

ARD

T

N3

MULHUDDAR

T

N1

HOWTH

o Sligo/Galway

M50

DUBLIN

T

N4

LUCAN

Dublin Port Tunnel

BAILE

A

THA

CLIA

TH

POR

T

CLONDALKIN

GREENHILLS

Second West Link Bridge

NEWCASTLE

DUN LAOGHAIRE

STILLORGAN

T

ALLAGHT

BALLINTEER

SAGGAR

T

N7

SANDYFORD

o Cork/Limerick/

Waterford

RA

THCOOLE

FOXROCK

Southern Cross Route

T

STEP

ASIDE

SHANKILL

BRITT

AS

BRA

Y

South Eastern Motorway

T

not to scale

T

N81

1

o

N11

o Wexford


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National Roads Network at end-2003

  • 286km of NDP improvements complete

  • Including 101km open in 2003

  • 149km under construction

  • ESIOP Target of 31% of MIU Complete, Actual = 29.8%

  • Network LOS Status: 15% below D, of which

  • BMW at 6%

  • S&E at 9%


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National Roads Network at end-2007

  • 582km of NDP improvements complete

  • 413km under construction

  • 70% of MIU complete or at construction

  • Network LOS Status: 16% below D, of which

  • BMW at 6%

  • S&E at 10%


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National Roads Network at end-2010

  • MIU network complete (810km)

  • Major bottlenecks removed

  • Network LOS Status: 91% LOS D by 2010

  • 9% below D, of which

  • BMW at 3%

  • S&E at 6%


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European Union

National Roads Programme

BMW Regional Assembly Conference

4 March, 2004


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