Since 2007 44 lives have been lost on the A5

Communities and families torn apart.
The GAA family in Tyrone is saying ENOUGH
and demanding action on the A5 upgrade.

The A5 stretches across almost half of county Tyrone and since the decision was reached in July 2007 some 44 people have lost their lives on some stretch of this road. Not a single yard of tarmac has been laid on the new A5 road.

The A8 road scheme between Belfast and Larne started in May 2008 and was completed in December 2016. That was 7 years, 6 months and 25 days from beginning to end.

If the A5 had been delivered in a similar timeframe 22 of the A5 deaths might well have been avoided. At the current rate at least another 4 deaths will occur on the A5 in 2023.

Enough is Enough!

On the date of our launch, Monday 23rd January 2023, this marks, five thousand, six hundred and sixty-nine days since the new A5 received the go-ahead from the NI Executive.

Enough is Enough!

15 years, six months and six days later and not a single yard of tarmac.

Enough is Enough!

No more deaths on our doorstep. 44 lives. 44 lives later.

Enough is Enough!


 

Sign the Petition

Please register your support for the early commencement of the new A5 dualling carriageway by lending your name to our petition.

Sign the Petition

Launch Event

For more information on the A5 ENOUGH Campaign Launch Event that takes place on 23rd January, please click the link below:

Campaign Launch