Our excellent roads ensure Co. Wicklow residents and visitors can travel quickly and safely.
Information about Wicklow County Council's Roads & Transport division.
Bulletin No 5 (December 2020) is now available. Information regarding the N11/M11 Junction 4 to 14 Improvement Scheme can be found at https://n11m11.ie
Information in relation to Knockroe Bends
A contract for the construction of the N11 Parallel Service Road at Kilmacanogue was signed on the 13th January 2020 by Wicklow County Council with SIAC Construction Ltd.
Special Speed Limit at Road Works apply
Roads in Charge Request FormThere is a standard application fee of €60 for each Road in Charge request. A clear map identifying the area and property must be submitted with each application.
Application for Road Closure (temporary)To be submitted to a minimum of 8 weeks prior to the proposed closurePlease return to Wicklow County Council, County Buildings, Wicklow or to email@example.com
Links to several sites that list tendering opportunities for companies interested in working on roads and other government projects.
How to tax your vehicle, a requirement under Irish law
Motor Taxation (Motor taxation can be renewed on line and or posted to County Buildings for processing)0404 firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on roads legislation and road safety improvements in Ireland.
Be Winter Ready & how to ensure that hedges, trees and other vegetation are kept under control, in the interest of road safety.
Report a fault or an issue with a public service or amenity through the Fix Your Street initiative.
Any operator who wants to transport a vehicle or load that falls outside of the limits allowed by the Road Traffic Regulations 2003 must obtain a permit for its movement.
Further DetailsFor more details visit the Road Safety Authority website www.rsa.ie
The national online road opening system, MapRoad Roadworks Licensing (MRL), will be in operation in Wicklow County Council for all applicants from 1st May 2018 in accordance with the guidelines for Managing Openings in Public Roads (Purple Book: April 2017). Paper based applications will no longer be accepted after 1st May 2018.
The MapRoad Licensing system is managed and facilitated by the Road Management Office (RMO) www.rmo.ie and licences will be issued through the online system by Wicklow County Council.
Since 1 February 2013 Wicklow County Council has been responsible for the issuing and renewing of approval for the use of bus stops, whether existing or proposed. This is in accordance with SI 12 of 2013 and Section 16 of the Road Traffic Act 2002. Section 16 transfers the responsibilities for the location of bus stops from An Garda Síochána to the Local Authorities.
Information in relation to a hackey licence can be found on the NTA website
Applications received in 2019 have been retained for inclusion in any further funding which may be received. This scheme relates to private roads only
This scheme relates to public roads only.
This scheme encourages a joint approach between the Council and groups of local residents and landowners for the restoration of roads, mainly local or cul de sac roads. The CIS will be based on community contributions, contained in the application form.