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Galway county councillors have hit out about the role of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in planning permission applications around the county.
New speed limit bye-laws adopted by the Galway County Council, which will see 80kmph limits on some roads being reduced to 60 kmph, will not come into force until next February.
Residents in Oughterard have taken to the streets to voice their concerns for the safety of schoolchildren who face heavy traffic crossing the Owenriff River ipon their way to school.
The October meeting of Mayo County Council took place this week and there was plenty of debate in the chamber.
Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring opened the Kilmeena Road Realignment Scheme last Friday, comprising of 2.6km of single carriageway road and approximately 1km of cycleway, this latest section of improvements along the N59 Westport to Mulranny road was completed by PJ Carey (Contractors) Ltd.
Councillors in the Ballina Municipal District have expressed split views on the idea of asking Transport Infrastructure Ireland to return the speed limit on the N58 Ballyvary to Foxford road to 100kmh.
Walking through Galway city centre with Niall McNelis is something of a stop-start experience, albeit a most cordial nature. He seems to know every second person we pass, and given he has just been elected Mayor of Galway City, a lot of people want to wish him well. “I swear, these are not plants!” he jokes. “It’s not staged! But I have been flabbergasted by the amount of good will.”
Local councillors have welcomed news that Minister for Tourism, Shane Ross, has appointed Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to progress the greenway from Athlone to Galway.
Delays, which will result in the planning application for the €100 million N6 Galway city ring road project not being submitted until May at the earliest - months later than had been indicated - have been branded as “completely unacceptable”.