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Some 1,000 tonnes of grit and 15,000 sandbags are in storage for use by Westmeath County Council in preparation for any serious weather conditions this winter.
The progress currently being made in relation to getting the Cloongullane Bridge project running is a very positive sign for the future of getting a major improvement on the N26 the elected members of Ballina Municipal District were told this week.
The long awaited upgrade of the N26 from Ballina once again became the focus of a political to and fro between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil this week in the Mayo County Council chamber. Fianna Fáil councillor Annie May Reape speaking at the October meeting of the local authority said: "In relation to the N26 what is the situation? I led a delegation to Transport Infrastructure Ireland with members of the Roads SPC. I was horrified to be told that it's not even in the capital budget, nothing in the agenda for it, where is it at? We were always told that it would be completed after the 2011 election and it's further gone off the agenda. We were promised everything else in 2011, but we've no representation in Ballina in government and that's probably the problem, under Fianna Fail it was brought to Mount Falcon and now we might get half of a bridge done, the N5 is on the back burner as well, it won't be ready for years."
The reclassification of a number of roads in the county due to the opening of the Gort to Tuam motorway has been criticised by councillors because of a lack of funding available to Galway County Council to maintain these roads.
Kyne says it is galling that opponents to City Bypass are offering sympathy to communities affected by traffic
Galway West TD and General Election Candidate Seán Kyne has reiterated his support for the Galway City Bypass following a public meeting on the project held last week.
Fine Gael TD for Longford-Westmeath Gabrielle McFadden has welcomed the news that €8.3 million has been granted to counties Longford and Westmeath for improvement and maintenance works on roads.
The Emerging N6 Preferred Route will be ineffective and will split communities says new campaign group
A group of concerned residents in the city have launched a campaign this week to highlight their opposition to the Emerging N6 Preferred Route. They claim that the construction of the road route will be ineffective, will wreck natural amenities and destroy communities. They also suggest that improved bus routes or also a light rail system and would be much more effective in alleviating the traffic problems.