The National Roads Authority (NRA) has postponed plans to build nine of the 12 service stations that had been planned for Ireland’s motorways, because of budget cuts.
The 12 stations were due to be built on the five inter-urban motorways by 2011.However, a source said that only the three service stations for which the contracts had already been awarded would move into construction. A consortium made up of construction firm Pierse, Petrogas and Tedcastles...
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