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City Council wins national award for Knocknacarra bring banks

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Galway City Council has won a top national award for its bring banks in Knocknacarra, which is the busiest centre in the country.

Galway needs a light-rail transport system says TD

The level of traffic congestion on Galway’s roads is simply not sustainable on any level according to Deputy Catherine Connolly.

Superb three bed in Ballybrit

John Quinn has received instructions to offer No 19 Racecourse Lawns, Ballybrit, for sale.

Light rail supporters strike back at Cllr Larkin’s ‘utterly stupid conception’ remarks

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A war of words has broken out between supporters and opponents of a light rail system for Galway, since Cllr Noel Larkin branded any such proposals an “utterly stupid conception”. In turn he has been accused on “dwelling on the negative”.

Light rail supporters strike back at Cllr Larkin's 'utterly stupid conception' remarks

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A war of words has broken out between supporters and opponents of a light rail system for Galway, since Cllr Noel Larkin branded any such proposals an "utterly stupid conception". In turn he has been accused on "dwelling on the negative".

Councillors bemoan lack of services linking city’s west and east sides

A number of city councillors have voiced their frustration about the lack of a direct bus service linking Knocknacarra and Westside with the industrial estates on the eastern side of the city such as Parkmore, Liosbaun, and Ballybane.

Stats show Galway Bike Scheme proving very popular

Galway’s Bike Scheme has attracted more than 2,100 annual members in its first 10 months in operation. Usage figures supplied by the National Transport Authority show the Cathedral is by far the most popular docking station while stations at Fr. Burke Road, New Dock Street, Claddagh Basin and Eyre Square are also widely used.

Light rail group outline their unhappiness with bypass proposals

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The GLUAS working group, which has been campaigning for a light rail system in Galway since 2007, has made a submission to Galway City Council outlining its disapointment with the proposals for a new Galway bypass.

GLUAS lives to fight another day as councillors come on board in support

If an independent assessment into the costs of establishing light rail in Galway comes close to the figures being presented by the GLUAS group, then the city will have a modern light rail system within the next few years.

Don’t write GLUAS off yet Walsh tells council

Ambitions to have a light rail system operating in Galway may have been dealt a fatal blow in a new report from the Galway City Council which regards it as far too costly and advocates a new bus system for the city instead.

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