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Did you know that there are almost 45,000 people working & commuting daily in Galway? And well over half of us go to work in single-occupancy cars. I’m sure you’ve felt that pain on the morning and evening commute…
Local independent councillor, AIlish McManus has called on the council to remove the now dangerous traffic control measures near the fire station on Coosan Point Road.
Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has commended the residents of Balla and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) for agreeing traffic calming measures in order to make Balla a safer place.
Fianna Fáil Deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, has hit out at the lack of action by the Transport Infrastructure Ireland on introducing traffic calming measures along specific locations on the N61 Roscommon to Athlone route.
Investment in integrated rail and public transport system 'essential for growth in rural Ireland' says Conway-Walsh
Senator Rose Conway-Walsh has stressed the importance of transport connectivity to the rural economy. Her remarks came this week in response to a report that Iarnród Éireann may soon be insolvent.
Galway Bay Cycling Club, as part of the Cycling Ireland Bike for Life / Women in Sport Initiative, propose to hold a 6-8 week course beginning this weekend.
According to Ford, the newly updated Transit and Transit Custom commercial vehicles powered by the new state-of-the-art 2.0-litre Ford EcoBlue diesel engine will offer improved cost of ownership and performance for customers from mid-2016.
According to Ford, their newly updated Transit and Transit Custom commercial vehicles powered by the all-new state-of-the-art 2.0-litre Ford EcoBlue diesel engine will offer improved cost of ownership and performance for customers from mid-2016.
Independent Cllr Seán Canney, a candidate in the next General Election in Galway East has met with the principal, staff and members of the Board of Management concerning Milltown National School traffic calming.
A proposal by Fine Gael councillor Pearce Flannery to try to allievate traffic congestion on the Seamus Quirke Road has failed to get the backing of Galway City Council, despite impassioned pleas from a number of local representatives. Cllr Flannery wanted the National Transport Authority to consider piloting a scheme whereby cars with three or more people could travel on the bus lane on Seamus Quirke Road. He believes this would encourage commuters travelling from the west side of the city to work on the east side to car pool. He has spoken before about the length of time it takes to cross the city at rush hour.