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East Galway Minister Ciaran Cannon has received confirmation from CIE that the licence for the development of a greenway on CIE lands can be revoked at any time if the Board has alternative plans for the lands.
As the town of Athlone continues to thrive from a development viewpoint, it has been announced that funding of €3 million has been made available from Government for the continuation of the Greenway from the White Gates on the Ballymahon Road to the Marina with the focal aim being the eventual traversing of the river Shannon with an iconic pedestrian bridge.
The Galway County Council rejected calls for a feasibility study to be carried out on the establishment of a greenway on the western rail corridor.
Local Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, has welcomed the news that €10,000 in funding has been granted to link the old CIE road to the Greenway at Station Road in Moate.
Councillors at Monday’s meeting of Westmeath County Council (July 24) praised the county’s stretch of Greenway as the best Ireland has to offer, but said more development is needed in order to realise the amenity’s full potential.
Funding of €80,000 has been announced for the installation of public lighting on the Greenway from Garrycastle to the White Gates in Athlone.
Galway Greenway Group is a consortium of business owners, hoteliers, landowners, families, and individuals who want to see the completion of the Connemara Greenway from Galway City to Clifden. The project has been dogged by objections in the last few years and the discussion up to now has been increasingly negative for various reasons.
Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, says he is very confident that public lighting will be provided along the urban stretch of the Greenway in Moate.