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Roads and Transportation Reports

Local authorities may provide information and reports on roads and transport to government departments and agencies.

Related Information

Road Safety Annual Reports

The Mission Statement contained in the strategy is “To create a greater

awareness of road safety through all our stakeholders with the aim of

reducing the number, severity and life-changing impact of road collisions,

thereby making County Tipperary a safer place for all road users.”

Each year the Roads & Transport Section release an annual report outlining performance against the Road Safety Strategy. These can be accessed below.

Tipperary Road Network

Under the Roads Act 1993, public roads are classified as National, Regional or Local. The Minister for Environment and Local Government is empowered to declare roads to be national or regional roads.

The remaining roads are local roads.

National Roads have been sub-divided into National Primary and National Secondary Routes. Regional roads are also referred to as Regional Main Roads. Local roads incorporate both county and urban roads. These are sub-divided into primary, secondary and tertiary.