Abnormal Load Permit Form
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.
€60 - Once-Off (single or return journey)
€200 - 3 months
€300 - 6 months
€500 - 12 months
For more details visit the Road Safety Authority website www.rsa.ie
Road Closure Application Form
The applicant(s) will be responsible for reimbursing Wicklow County Council for the costs associated with placing statutory advertisements.
Road Opening Licence
New National Road Licensing Procedures
Maproad Roadworks Licensing (MRL)
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.
It should be noted that in accordance with section 5.4 of the Guidelines, all licence holders registering on the MRL system are undertaking to have personnel trained as follows during 2018:
- Basic Level Trench Reinstatement Course (2 Day)
- Advanced Level Trench Reinstatement (1 Day)
Courses are available through the LASNTG http://www.lasntg.ie
Support and Information
The Road Management Office provides registration and support to users of the MRL system.
The following information and support is available on the RMO website (www.rmo.ie/road-licensing.html ):
Registration on MRL:
Access to MRL:
RMO support for MRL:
For New Registrations : Contact@rmo.ie
For MRL Users : firstname.lastname@example.org
Roads in Charge Request Form
There 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.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT SCHEME
Applications received in 2019 have been retained for inclusion in any further funding which may be received.