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Local organisation Future Athenry Looking Group (FLAG) has hit back at comments made by councillor Pete Roche about the disused Athenry to Sligo rail line.
Fianna Fail Longford/Westmeath TD, Deputy Robert Troy, has proposed new measures to overhaul cycling infrastructure and improve safety.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Robert Troy says the key challenge for the Government will be to deliver on the transport infrastructure commitments it has made through the National Development Plan.
A call for the political, community, environmental, business and sports sectors to work together in making Galway Ireland’s first National Park City has been made by a local science, environmental and community advocate. Brendan Smith, Galway’s current Volunteer of the Year, has said that the city should follow the recent example of London where Mayor Sadiq Khan has put his full support behind ambitious plans for London to become the world’s first urban national park.
A quick run through some of the stories from around the county this week in our News in Brief section.
It is “vital” the Western Rail Corridor be included as part of the Government’s Capital Plan, as developing rail is essential for connectivity, more balanced regional development, and in supporting more sustainable and lower environmental impact transport options.
Frank Byrnes Autobody Repairs, Oranmore, has been announced the regional winner of the prestigious Irish Auto Trade for Connacht-Ulster Bodyshop of the Year 2018.
Connectivity between different vehicles as well as between vehicles, and transport infrastructure in the vicinity is another important step towards connected motoring that aims to reduce road accidents, or minimise their consequences.
Connectivity between different vehicles, as well as between vehicles and transport infrastructure in the vicinity, is another important step towards connected motoring that aims to reduce road accidents, or minimise their consequences.
Minister of State at the Office of Public Works, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, has vowed to prioritise Athlone’s flood relief plan and to do his utmost to announce a programme of works inside the next 10 weeks.