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Independent Galway West TD, Noel Grealish, in the March 28 edition of the Galway Advertiser, said the problems with the new proposed Ring Road/Inner Bypass lay less with the Galway City Council or An Bord Pleanála, but are mostly a consequence of the State’s planning laws.
Almost €30 million has been spent planning a bypass for Galway city since it was first proposed in 1999, with planning and design of its current incarnation - the N6 Galway City Ring Road - having reached €15 million, it was confirmed this week.
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.
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.
A meeting has been held in Brussels today between representatives of Galway City and County councils and the European Commission, regarding the controversial Galway bypass.
Residents in Barna have set up an action group due to their concerns over the proposed new Galway city bypass. The group will hold a public meeting in Barna Golf Club next Wednesday evening at 8pm.
Not since the slack-tongued Mylie Cyrus straddled a wrecking ball in the nip has there been such excitement over the demolition of buildings. However proposals to demolish up to 130 houses to make way for a new bypass in Galway has got locals twerking with rage.
Galway city councillors were given a chance to voice their opinions on the proposed routes of a new city bypass at this week’s local authority meeting, prompting one councillor to comment that he was sick of hearing about “butterflies, bog cotton, flowers, and trees”.
The need for the Galway City Outer Bypass is greater than ever, especially after last week’s traffic gridlock when the city witnessed some of the longest commuter delays in living memory.
The Gort to Crusheen M18 bypass will open at noon tomorrow, effectively putting an end to a notorious bottleneck on the old N18. While the new road has been welcomed locally, businesses in Gort will have to wait to see what effect the new route will have on passing trade in the town.