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Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Longford/Westmeath TD, Deputy Robert Troy, has called on Minister Ross to ensure that vital funding for transport infrastructure will not be cut as a result of the negligent overspend on the National Children’s Hospital.
A Galway county councillor has described the decision taken by the Galway County Council to reject a proposal to conduct a feasibility study on the potential of a greenway between Athenry and Milltown as “soul destroying”.
It is "delusional" to believe the rail line from Athenry to Sligo will ever return according to Tuam area councillor Peter Roche, who made the statement after a public meeting took place in Athenry on Tuesday night to discuss proposals for a greenway.
Work has recently been completed on the initial phase of the airport's €15m facilities investment plan aimed at further improving the customer experience for passengers and transforming the airport over the next three years.
Work has recently been completed on phase one of the €15m facilities investment plan at Ireland West Airport. The investment is aimed at further improving the customer experience for passengers and transforming the airport over the next three years.
Data collected during a pilot programme has demonstrated a 22 per cent reduction in Co2 emissions and an impressive 35 per cent reduction in fuel costs when driving a Toyota Prius compared with the drivers' own diesel vehicles.
Close to 10,000 signatures have been collected in the petition demanding Transport Minister Shane Ross support the provision of light rail in Galway, with organisers confident they can secure another c20,000 signatures within the next four weeks.
The N59 Moycullen Bypass will be able to move to construction on a phased basis due to what a leading Galway politicians called “the strong focus on the west and the Atlantic Economic Corridor” in the Department of Transport’s Capital Plan Review.
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, has welcomed the news that the Government is to invest €1,868,000 in Ireland West Airport Knock. The funding is part of a €3.6 million Regional Airports Programme funding package announced earlier this week.
Work has commenced on a €15m facilities investment plan aimed at transforming Ireland West Airport over the next three years. The investment strategy will see over €15m invested in new passenger facilities, terminal upgrades and infrastructural works across the airport facility and runway.