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New Outlander Hybrid plugs in to successful formula

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Mitsubishi Motors has launched their Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), calling it “game changing”. And as the first plug-in hybrid SUV available for Irish motorists, I suppose that comment has indeed some merit. And time will tell exactly to what extent this innovative model and smart hybrid technology influences buyers, writes Padraic Deane.

New Outlander hybrid plugs-in to successful formula

Mitsubishi Motors has launched its Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), calling it a game changing. And as the first plug-in hybrid SUV available for Irish motorists, I suppose that comment has some merit. Time will tell to what extent this innovative model and smart hybrid technology influences buyers.

Join Le Tour de Merlin Woods

The Tour de Merlin Woods will take place in Doughiska from 2pm to 5pm on Saturday.

McDonagh demands traffic calming measures for Shantalla

The volume and speed of traffic on Shantalla Road means the area is “an accident waiting to happen”, according to Labour candidate John McDonagh.

Lack of traffic calming measures poses ‘serious threat to life’

There is a “serious threat to life” caused by the complete lack of adequate traffic calming and safety measures in the immediate vicinity of schools on Threadneedle Road, according to Galway City West and Knocknacarra councillor Donal Lyons.

More bus shelters is first step in increasing public transport use, says Lyons

The provision of proper bus shelters could be the first step for motorists seeing an alternative to the car, that is according to Independent city councillor Donal Lyons.

O’Flaherty demands traffic calming measures for Renmore

Speeding motorists and ‘rat runners’ in Renmore are a danger to drivers, walkers, and cyclists, and traffic calming measures must be installed to “curb their activities”.

Council must take advantage to attract cycling tourism

Galway has serious potential to become a cycling tourism hub and the Galway City Council must take advantage of sustainable transport opportunities to make this a reality.

Councillors approve traffic calming measures

A number of traffic calming works are to get underway throughout the city after councillors approved the plans during Galway City Council meetings this month.

Save euros and lose pounds during European Mobility Week

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Workers, students and parents dropping children to school can save money and get fitter by cycling, walking, carpooling or taking the bus, instead of travelling by car, particularly if they live 4km or under from their work, college or school.

 

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