Locals Have Their Say On The Proposed M28

It's Day 2 Of An Bord Pleanala's Oral Hearing Into the Cork-Ringaskiddy motorway

Residents opposed to the new €180 million euro M28 Cork/Ringaskiddy motorway say there has been no genuine engagement with locals on alternative routes.

Hundreds of people attended the second day of An Bord Pleanala’s Oral Hearing into the project today.

Up to 10,000 residents are calling for an alternative route to be found as they say the current plans will lead to an increase in traffic volumes, air and noise pollution.

They have also raised concerns about the negative impact on the quality of life for residents in the area.

Speaking to RedFM News Ringaskiddy Residents Association’s Vivan Prout says the plans will split the village in two:

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