NRA Announce Plans for New Motorway Services

Proposals for more than a dozen new motorway service stations have been revealed by the National Roads Authority (NRA).

A number of new facilities have been proposed across the motorway network, aimed at upgrading the transport network and reducing accidents caused by driver fatigue.

The facilities will include parking, toilets, picnic areas and restaurants.

A public consultation will not be launched by the NRA.


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