There is a total of 3620 km of road network in Meath, with 220km of national and 3,400km of non-national roads.
The Transportation (Roads) Department is responsible for the planning, design and maintenance of the regional and local roads within County Meath.
The Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has ultimate responsibility for the National roads, but the maintenance of the National Roads is carried out by the Council with TII approval.
Funding for maintenance of the national roads is provided by TII. We use our own funds as well as specific grants from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport for maintenance and road improvements to regional and local roads.
Works include road realignment, road strengthening, drainage and footpath repairs or replacement.