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According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for both Galway city and county is showing a dramatic increase year on year. The register gives the exact selling price of properties and so is the most accurate record of actual sales that have taken place.
Mayo County Council this week agreed in principle to make a financial contribution to Ireland West Airport Knock, following a presentation by the airport’s managing director Joe Gilmore to the July meeting of the council.
Galway-based Irish Citylink, one of Ireland's largest independent coach operators,has announced the creation of the first ever express coach service between Cork and Galway.
Infrastructural improvements and shorter journey times for the Galway to Dublin line are just some of the recommendations of a report presented yesterday to the Rail Vision 2030 seminar, with indications that further consideration could also be given to an Athenry to Tuam rail line.
A decision by Irish Rail to permit the carriage of bicycles on off-peak Darts and commuter trains has been welcomed by the cycling public who up until now have been unable to bring their bicycles on trains.
Just days after the journey times on the Dublin-Galway road were sliced by the opening of the Moate and Kilbeggan bypasses, Galway Chamber has urged Government to stand by its commitments to the N6 Galway Outer Bypass as it feels that the new road will be worthless if traffic ends up being snarled in the city suburbs.
The Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Martin Cullen TD, has announced that funding of up to €4,329,125 has been allocated under Fáilte Ireland's Tourism Infrastructure Fund to 27 tourism projects around the country. This allocation of funding is in addition to over €18 million in Tourism Infrastructure Fund grants already announced. The details of funding for Mayo projects have been outlined and include cycle routes, walking routes and facility improvements at Croagh Patrick and the National Famine Monument.
Five of the top business lobby groups in Galway have come out in support of the city’s public transport feasibility study and Gluas, the proposed light rail system.
Two MEPs are supporting a move that could see huge improvements in transport for the people of East Mullingar.
A national-standard concert hall, similar to the the Point or Millstreet, is one of the campaign promises of Athlone Town Council candidate for Fine Gael, Mr Alan Shaw.