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New ideas needed to tackle city's traffic problems - and time is running out

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Insider read recently how the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, was calling for public submissions to advise him on how to spend the extra €2.65 billion available to him on infrastructure in this year's Mid-Term Review.

McFadden makes submission opposing one-way system

Athlone-based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden, has expressed concern that a planned redevelopment of the Church Street area of Athlone would have a detrimental effect on the town.

Three Government departments working on solution to Parkmore traffic congestion crisis, says Naughton

Three government departments are collaborating to devise a radical package of measures to address the traffic-congestion crisis at Parkmore on foot of a meeting between Minister Simon Coveney and Galway TD Hildegarde Naughton last month.

Next year’s Galway St Patrick’s Day Festival gets funding

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Galway looks set to benefit from a multimillion-euro boost to the local economy next year following a move to make tourism funding available for the city’s St Patrick’s Day festival for the first time.

Ó Cuív tels Govt to reverse downgrade of Galway Port

The classification of Galway Port as a port of regional significance and not a national port able to claim European funding, must be reversed immediately as it leaves the majority of the west coast without a port of national significance.

Ó Cuív tells Govt to reverse downgrade of Galway Port

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The classification of Galway Port as a port of regional significance and not a national port able to claim European funding, must be reversed immediately as it leaves the majority of the west coast without a port of national significance.

Councillors give the go-ahead to one-way system for Church Street

Councillors unanimously ratified plans for the rejuvenation of Church Street at a special meeting of the Athlone Municipal District last Thursday, September 15, giving their blessing to the preferred option of a one-way system running from east to west.

Regulation for written-off vehicles welcomed

The Minister for Transport, Shane Ross, is bringing new legislation to cabinet which will compel insurers to notify his Department of Category A and Category B write-offs.

A further €300,000 allocated to Westmeath for flood damage

A further €300,000 has been granted by the Department of Transport for flood-damaged roads in Westmeath.

Flood repair fund for Athlone down by €250k - but no change to programme

Questions were raised at Monday’s Westmeath County Council meeting about funding for repairs to flood-damaged roads, after it emerged that the figure budgeted for the Athlone area has been cut by €250,000.

 

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