Operations & Maintenance
TII operates, maintains and improves the national primary and secondary road network in Ireland. Find out how we provide travel information, traffic data and emergency services as well as manage and control our network and its traffic.
Network Management & Traffic Control
The Motorway Traffic Control Centre manages traffic and operates critical services on national primary and motorway routes throughout Ireland.
Traffic Count Data
Use our Traffic Count Data web portal to find information on traffic flows across TII’s network. This includes volume of traffic by hour of day and vehicle class.
Also in this section
The National Roads Network totals 5,306km of road. It comprises 2,649km designated as National Primary Road and 2,657km designated as National Secondary Road.
Bridge & Tunnel Maintenance
Information on the maintenance services operated on our network as well as details on the national Eirspan bridge management system.
Network Management - Pavements
The Authority is responsible for the maintenance and development of a diverse set of road assets that includes the most fundamental element – the road pavement.
Roadworks Consent Applications for National Roads – Underground Telecommunications
Information regarding TII’s roles and responsibilities under the Communications Regulation Act 2002, as amended, and how telecommunications network operators can apply for a consent to carry out underground telecoms roadworks on a national road.
Other Proposed Third Party Works affecting the TII managed network
Information on how to contact TII when works, apart from underground telecommunications works in national roads, are proposed by third parties that may affect the TII managed network.
Motorways and the requirement for consent under section 53 of the Roads Act
If there are proposed works by any State authority, statutory undertaker or local authority for new infrastructure along, adjoining, in, on, under or over a motorway, consent under Section 53 of the Roads Act is required from TII. Note: This may include works on non-national roads where they cross over or under a motorway.