Council Seeks Views on Oilgate to Rosslare Bypass

The current route from Oylegate to Rosslare Europort along the N11/N25

New scheme aims to develop over 30kms of high-quality road from the M11 north of Oilgate to the N25 at Rosslare Harbour, improving network resilience, road safety and access to Rosslare Europort.

Public will have the opportunity to contribute to the scheme development during the consultation process which runs from Monday 6th until Monday 20th July 2020.

The website will provide a centralised location for information and feedback.

Wexford County Council has today announced that it will shortly begin a public consultation process on the proposed N11/N25 Oilgate to Rosslare Harbour Scheme. The public consultation process runs from Monday 6th July to Monday 20th July 2020, and offers an opportunity for members of the public to voice their opinions and to contribute to the overall development of the project.

The Scheme aims to develop over 30km section of high-quality road which will link Rosslare Europort (and the greater south Wexford area) with Dublin via the M11, and Cork & Waterford via the N25. Following a comprehensive feasibility and constraints study, eight scheme options are being considered. The details of these options, along with other scheme information, is available at

Wexford County Council is giving residents and the general public an opportunity to provide feedback, comments, and observations to the project team on the constraints study and proposed scheme options. Information leaflets are currently being distributed to almost 7,000 homes and other properties within the study area, and the public will have an opportunity to submit their observations before close of business on Monday the 20th July, 2020.

Director of Service at Wexford County Council, Eamonn Hore, said,

“Rosslare Europort has become increasingly busy over the last few years, resulting in increased pressure on the infrastructure serving the Port and communities across south Wexford. The outcome of Brexit means that Rosslare is of ever-increasing importance as a primary transport link with the continent, and though this increase in trade and tourism will bring welcome economic benefits to both the South East and Ireland in general, it will also result in increasing pressures on road capacity and safety along the N11 and N25 corridors linking to Rosslare Europort. This scheme aims to address this by upgrading the transport corridor from the current M11 motorway to Rosslare Harbour, resulting in safer, easier access.”

“We want to hear the views of the public with regards to the proposed scheme options. With the current restrictions on large gatherings in place due to Covid-19, we cannot hold an information session, as we would during normal times. However, the public will be able to express their views and have direct contact with the project team via phone conversations, as well as on-line and email services”.

How will this new way of Public Consultation work?

A feedback form is included with the brochures currently being distributed and this can be returned to the project team by freepost. The feedback form can also be completed online on the project website Alternatively, the public can telephone 053 9196000 where all requests for information and feedback will be handled promptly. To allow the project team to review and consider queries fully, we would ask that email or phone queries are submitted before 4pm on Tuesday the 7th of July.

The project website will provide a central point for all the latest project information and feedback.

All queries or comments in relation to the project may be addressed to:

N11/N25 Oilgate to Rosslare Harbour,
Wexford County Council,
Wexford Y35 WY93

Phone: 053 9196000 Email:

All feedback received will be considered by the project team and a post-consultation report will be published on the project website. This report will summarise the consultation process and the matters raised during the consultation.

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