Stiles Way junction improvements

Transport Minister Michelle McIlveen has announced the successful completion of a �1.2m road improvements scheme at Stiles Way and Steeple Road in Antrim.'Pictured with the Minister are Alan Keys, Network Development Manager Transport NI (Northern), Ian Wilkins, Site Manager North Stone and Ian Coulter, Transport NI Design and Consultancy Services.'Photograhy by Andrew Towe, Parkway Photography.

Transport Minister Michelle McIlveen has announced the successful completion of a �1.2m road improvements scheme at Stiles Way and Steeple Road in Antrim.'Pictured with the Minister are Alan Keys, Network Development Manager Transport NI (Northern), Ian Wilkins, Site Manager North Stone and Ian Coulter, Transport NI Design and Consultancy Services.'Photograhy by Andrew Towe, Parkway Photography.

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Transport Minister Michelle McIlveen has announced the successful completion of a £1.2million road improvements scheme in Antrim.

The substantial upgrade of one of the key junctions in the town is now fully operational and carrying significant volumes of through traffic away from the town centre.

During a visit to the site at Stiles Way and Steeple Road, Mrs McIlveen said: “The improvements represent a significant investment in the roads infrastructure in Antrim.

“The upgrade will reduce delays for drivers at this key junction and provide improved cycle and pedestrian crossing facilities.”

Steeple Road carries traffic to and from the Antrim area hospital on one side of Stiles Way and large schools, industrial and housing areas on the other.

TransportNI delivered the scheme on time and within budget along with Dunmurry based contractor Northstone Limited.