Work On The Waterloo Junction Will Start Before The End Of The Month
The junction was closed following a number of fatal and serious collisions
Cork County Council has confirmed to RedFM News that work on the Waterloo Junction will start before the end of the month.
The junction was closed following a number of fatal and serious collisions, despite the objections of locals who said the closure would split the communities of Waterloo and Whitechurch and present difficulties for school goers in the area
County Hall says works on the Left In and Left Out junction are expected to be completed in early February
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