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Decision due on preferred route extension of cycleway from Athlone to Galway

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Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has confirmed that a decision on the preferred route corridor for the TII Athlone to Galway section of the cycleway is due to be announced through public consultation at end of November/start of December 2021

Athlone Moate Municipal District receives greenway construction update

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At a recent sitting of the Athlone Moate Municipal District, elected members were afforded an update by the local authority executive on the progress of the Greenway extension and bridge construction

Funding allocated to equip local sports clubs

Athlone Golf Club, Athlone Gymnastics Club, Hodson Bay Celtic and South Roscommon Cycling Club have been allocated funding under the latest Sports Capital Programme equipment grants programme.

New beginning for Athlone to Galway greenway, says Cannon

Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed the announcement of a new series of public consultation events on the development of a new greenway from Athlone to Galway city.

Desirable and impressive property within easy access of Athlone town

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Property: Clonbonny, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, N37 FY03

Councillors welcome a ‘new beginning’ for Athlone

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approving the €3m westward one-way system for Church Street at Monday's meeting of Westmeath County Council in Mullingar (April 24).

Ross opens Garrycastle to White Gates cycleway

Under fire Transport, Tourism and Sport Minister, Shane Ross, travelled to Athlone last Friday to mark the opening of the 2.2km cycleway from Garrycastle to the White Gates.

Plans for upgrade of Athlone Fire Station

Athlone Fire Station could be in line for a €148,000 extension.

Council urged to consider tourist train for Athlone-Moate line


Council moves to alleviate parking issues in Moate

A new car park with the capacity to provide 50 spaces is to be rolled out in Moate shortly in an effort to alleviate parking issues and boost local business. Added to this, a two-hour restricted free parking area is also to be piloted in the centre of the town.


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