EIA for M3 Motorway Scheme


EIA for M3 Motorway Scheme

Meath County Council


RPS was commissioned to carry out an Environmental Impact Assessment and produce an Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed M3 Clonee to North of Kells Motorway Scheme close to the Hill of Tara (60km of 4-lane motorway).

The M3 Clonee – North of Kells PPP scheme is approximately 70km of motorway, dual carriageway and single carriageway road commencing at the end of the existing Clonee Bypass and tying into the N3 north of Kells, providing bypasses for Dunshaughlin, Navan and Kells and includes over 40 bridges. RPS was responsible for delivery of the EIS for section 1(Clonee to Dunshaughlin) and section 2 (Navan Bypass).

RPS also provided full consultancy services to the National Roads Authority and Meath County Council from feasibility, constraints, route selection, EIA and construction monitoring.