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Transportation and Infrastructure Department, aims and objectivesThe overall aim of the Transportation and Infrastructure Department is to continue to maintain and improve the road network within the city, promote and encourage an integrated sustainable public transport system with due regard for the safety and amenity of all and to provide the appropriate infrastructure to support the economic and social development of the city.
|•||To ensure the provision of a sustainable quality transport network in and around the city for all modes of transport.|
|•||The roads and footpaths and related services and utilities will be planned, designed and maintained to ensure safety, accessibility and efficiency for all.|
|•||To have continuously available high quality drinking water to meet local and regional demands.|
|•||To provide a high quality sanitary waste water treatment collection and treatment system to meet local and regional demands.|
|•||To provide adequate flood protection infrastructure to minimise risk of flooding and to provide an emergency response.|
|•||To develop the waterways to their full potential.|
Director of Transportation
Transportation and Infrastructure
Roads Traffic and Risk Management
Open to public
|Open to public
8a.m. – 4:45p.m. Monday - Thursday
Emergency No: 00.353.61.417833
Pay Parking Section
|Open to public
9:15a.m. – 4:15p.m. Monday - Friday
The main areas of responsibility of the Roads Traffic and Risk Management Department of Limerick City Council are:
|•||Traffic management operation|
|•||Traffic management administration|
The road network of the city consists of the following categories:
- National primary 15.23 km.
- National secondary 2.13 km.
- Regional roads 17.49 km.
- Local roads 144.09 km.
- Total 179.64 km.