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The controversial CAS bridge is expected to fully open to traffic in the first or second week of May


In the region of €16.5 – €17 million euro has been spent on the Central Access Scheme works in Kilkenny City.

The controversial CAS bridge – which as yet has no name – is expected to fully open to traffic in the first or second week of May with an official opening to follow.

The works have been causing traffic chaos for many drivers in and around the city – especially this week with the closure of the Castlecomer Road.

Speaking on last night’s "The Way It Is" , Director of Services, Tim Butler says, thankfully all these works are nearing a finish.

Though it’s not due to open fully until next month, those looking for a preview will get the chance this evening. 

The bridge is being opened for the Kilkenny City Harriers'  ‘Streets of Kilkenny’ event from 7.30pm.

See you all there for what promises to be a festive occasion this lovely evening in Kilkenny. 

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