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Work has begun on the installation of new traffic lights on the Ballybane Road, but the Galway City Council has been criticised for not installing a safe crossing sooner.
Long awaited roadworks at Lough Atalia bridge will cause mayhem for commuters when they begin next month according to one city councillor.
A Claremorris man who was found to have been driving while disqualified was given a two months’ prison sentence, which was suspended for 12 months, and was disqualified from driving for two years, in Castlebar District Court this week.
Drivers with ‘acquired rights’ are required to complete one day of periodic training per year in each five year training cycle (35 hours) before qualifying for their CPC card. When all five training days have been completed (six if you hold both bus and truck categories) qualified drivers can apply for their CPC card by either method listed below:
A number of new of penalty point offences came into effect on August 1.
A number of new penalty point offences came into effect on August 1. Penalty points for speeding, holding a mobile phone while driving and not wearing a seat belt or not using child restraints have increased from two points to three, provided the fixed charge is paid within the stipulated period. For those who do not pay the fixed charge and are subsequently convicted in court, the points have increase from four to five.
The improvement works carried out by Mayo County Council as part of the Greenway project on the Newport Road out of the town have caused major headaches for residents on the right hand side of the road out of the town, according to Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne.
The June Bank Holiday is approaching and with an expected increase of people on the roads over the course of the long weekend, the Garda Siochana is urging the public to be mindful of their safety and the safety of others when driving.
Mayo County Council road safety officer Noel Gibbons has called on all candidates in the upcoming Local and European elections to take care when erecting election posters along the roadways in the county and to take road safety into consideration.
Pedestrian traffic lights at two locations in Salthill, which have been out of action since the storm, need to be repaired before there is a serious accident, warned Fine Gael city councillor Michelle Murphy who has also taken steps to help improve the safety of a pedestrian crossing at Clybaun Road.