Schemes included in the various programmes listed are contained in the Belfast Metropolitan Transport Plan and the Regional Strategic Transport Network Transport Plan.
Details last updated on 24 October 2014
|Road No||Road Description||Improvements||Estimate £M||Due Completion|
|A8||Belfast - Larne Road||Upgrade 14km of existing route to dual carriageway between B95 Coleman’s Corner Junction and B100 Ballyrickard Road Junction. Dual carriageway opened to traffic during Spring 2015.||120M - 135M||Spring 2015|
|A2||Shore Road Greenisland||Widen 3.5km of single carriageway to four lane carriageway between Jordanstown and Seapark.||50m-60m||Summer 2015|
These schemes are to be taken through the statutory procedures and will advance on confirmation of funding.
Details last updated on 24 October 2014
|Road No||Road Description||Improvements||Status||Estimate £M|
|A55||Knock Road Widening Scheme||Carriageway Widening||Environmental Statement, Notice of Intention to make a Direction Order and Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in November 2009. Notice of Intention to Proceed and Direction Order published in September 2012.||12M - 16M|
|A3||Armagh North & West Link||New 6.9km Single Carriageway Link Road||Review of Stage1 approved by Roads Service Board April 2008. Public Information Day on the preferred option held 26 June 2008. Stage 2 Report under consideration.||55M - 75M|
|A6||Londonderry to Dungiven||30.0 km of Dual Carriageway||Environmental Statement, Notice of Intention to make a Direction Order and Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in December 2011. Public Exhibitions held from 14 December 2011 to 2 March 2012. Public Inquiry held on 24 September 2012.||320M - 390M|
|A6||Randalstown to Castledawson||14.0km of Dual Carriageway||Environmental Statement, Notice of Intention to make a Direction Order and Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in March 2007. Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in January 2011 for proposed work ath the Annaghmore / Bells Hill Road junction Planning Application. Notice of Intention to Proceed and Direction order published in March 2011 for scheme as a whole. The Departmental Statement for the Planning Application was published in January 2013. Revised Planning Application for junction was submitted in June 2013. Planning application advertised on 11 July 2013. OEJU notice published on 28 July 2014 an returned by 28 August 2014.||120M - 140M|
Aughnacloy (Border) - Londonderry
|Dual Carriageway||The Minister announced the appointment of contractors for the scheme on 7 December 2009. RoI funding was deferred on 10 November 2011. The Minister announced funding for sections between Londonderry to Strabane and Omagh to Ballybawley on 14 February 2012. The Minister announced decision to proceed with two sections on 31 July 2012. Notice of Intention to Proceed, Notice of Intention to make a Direction Order and relevant Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in August 2012. Legal challenge received on 10 September 2012. Judge rejected all but one of the challenges on 12 March 2013. This related to the Habitats Regulations and the Judge took the view that a fuller assessment of the impact of the A5 proposals on the Rivers Foyle and Finn Special Areas of Conservation should have been carried out. At a further hearing on 8 April 2013, the judge ruled that the Orders were quashed. The Minister decided not to appeal. Since then, four reports to inform on the Appropriate Assessment process have been developed to assess any impacts on the integrity of all designated environmentally sensitive sites (9 in total) in the vicinity of the scheme and where appropriate, mitigation measures are proposed. Consultation on three of the four reports commenced on the 30 April 2014. Consultation on the fourth report associated with the Appropriate Assessment for the Tully Bog Special Areas of Conservation is expected in September 2014. The first three Habitat Assessment Reports (HAR) have been published with public consultation carried out during the period of 30 April 2014 to 16 June 2014. The fourth HAR was published on 24 October 2014.||850M|
|A31||Magherafelt Bypass||3.0km single carriageway bypass linking Moneymore Road to Castledawson Road.||Environmental Statement, Notice of Intention to make a Direction Order and Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in June 2008. Notice of Intention and Direction Order published in September 2010. Minister confirmed funding for scheme on 21 October 2013. Vesting Order published in April 2014. tender documents issued 24 June 2014.||35M - 45M|
|A26||Glarryford to A44 Drones Road||Provide 8km Dual Carriageway.||Preferred Route announced 11 August 2008. Environmental Statement, Notice of Intention to make a Direction Order and Notice of Intention to make a Vesting Order published in March 2012. Public Exhibition to be held on 27 & 28 March 2012. Objections received. Public Inquiry held on 5 November 2012. Scheme funding confirmed on 21 October 2013. Notice of Intention and Direction Order published in December 2013. OJEU Notice published on 5 December 2013. Tender documents issued 5 March 2014. Contract awarded 21 October 2014.||50M - 70M|
|A2||Sydenham Bypass||Widening from 2-lane dual carriageway to 3-lane dual carriageway.||Preliminary Options Report approved by Roads Service Board March 2008. Stage 2 Report approved by Roads Service Board on 21 December 2009. Public Exhibition held on 24th February and on Monday 1st March 2010.||40M - 55M|
|A32||Omagh - Enniskillen||On-line and off-line improvements including 2+1 single carriageway at various sections.||
Cornamuck Scheme - (2km single carriageway realignment). Stage 2 Report approved by Roads Service Board on 13 March 2012.
Esker Bog, Drumskinny - (1.5km single carriageway realignment). Stage 1 Report approved by Roads Service Board on 13 March 2012. Stage 2 Report approved by Roads Service Board on 27 February 2013.
|5m - 6.5m|
|A2||Buncrana Road, Londonderry||Widening between Pennyburn Roundabout and Border with Republic of Ireland.||Minister announced preferred route 10 February 2009.||45M - 60M|
|A29||Cookstown Bypass||2.8km single carriageway distributor road between Dungannon Road and Old Coagh Road.||Stage 1 Report approved by Roads Service Board 17 December 2008. Public consultation held 22 January 2009. Stage 2 Report approved by Roads Service Board 29 March 2010. Public Exhibition Day held on 10 June 2010.||30M - 40M|
|A24||Ballynahinch Bypass||3.1km single carriageway bypass and climbing lanes.||Stage 1 Report approved by Roads Service Board 26 February 2009. Public Exhibition held on 12 November 2009. Stage 2 Report approved on 23 January 2012 and announced by the Minister on 25 January 2012.||40M - 50M|
|A2||Ballykelly Bypass||6km of 2+1 single carriageway to bypass Ballykelly.||Stage 2 Report approved by Roads Service Board on 1 March 2010. Public Exhibition held on 26 March 2010 with the Minister's news release.||35M - 40M|
Scheme Brochure (DRD Publication Scheme)
|Provide grade separated junction at the last remaining part of Westlink which has a traffic signalled junction.||Stage 1 Report approved by Roads Service Board on 26 March 2009. Public Exhibition held on 1-2 June 2011. Stage 2 Report approved on 25 October 2012 and announced by the Minister on 6th December 2012.||100M – 135M|
|A28||Armagh East||2.25km single carriageway link road from A3 Portadown Road to A28 Markethill Road||Stage 2 Report approved by TNI MG on 5 March 2012. Gateway 1 approved by Transport NI Management Group on 23 May 2014. Public information day held on 11 June 2014.||12M - 20M|
|A1||A1 Junctions||Provide 5 compact grade seperated junctions at: Skeletons Road, Growdystown Road, Listullycurran Road, Warringstown Road and Castlewellan Road||Stage 2 Report and Gateway 1 approved by Transport NI Management Group on 10 March 2014||40M - 50M|