Meath County Council has appointed a contractor for the upgrade works on Railway Street and Abbey Road in Navan, and the works have commenced. These works, part of the Navan Town Scheme (Navan 2030) which is being funded by the National Transport Authority, provides for improvements and enhancements to the appearance of the town, and its public areas and improved access and movement in and out of the town centre.
Railway Street Temporary Closure
During the works, Railway Street is scheduled to reopen from 10.00 pm Sunday, the 25th of August to one-way traffic whilst the remainder of the works on the street are completed, such as new footpaths, public lighting upgrades, fibre broadband connections to properties etc. In particular, a single traffic lane will be in place on Railway Street, and both left and right turn traffic movements will be temporarily banned at the Brews Hill junction as outlined on the map below.
These works are anticipated to continue until the end of January next year.