The project is still waiting on funding to be secured, however.
There is still now news on funding for the project, however.,
The scheme, in its current form, has been in the pipeline since 2006.
Funding for the long awaited project has yet to be secured.
WHILE there was concern last week after the long-awaited Enniskillen bypass was left out of this year’s roads budget, it has since been confirmed officials are to “work at pace to progress” the project. Last week there were calls for Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon, pictured below, to explain why the bypass scheme, which has been […]
DESPITE the fact the Stormont is now back up and running, complete with funding promises for vital projects, it would appear the long awaited Enniskillen bypass is still a long way away. It’s been over a decade since the major infrastructure project, which could transform Enniskillen’s notorious traffic troubles by linking the main Dublin and […]
VISIBLE progress is yet to be made on the Enniskillen by-pass which had initially been scheduled for completion by March 2018. The bypass would link the main A4 Belfast road to the main roads heading towards Dublin and Sligo, enabling through traffic to bypass the town centre. Ten years ago, reporting of the ‘good news’ […]
The bypass will remove approximately 50 per cent of the traffic from the town centre, with the aim of reducing the current congestion.
The project is progressing despite still not having the £35m funding in place.