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There were times when the people of Kilkenny believed that they would be negotiating the bad bends and bridges of the old Waterford Road until their dying days, however, the dreams of a new safe route have now become reality.
A speed limit of 100kmph is to be applied to the stretch of the Mullingar to Dublin M4 motorway at Coralstown junction, after councillors approved new bye-laws for the road this week.
The opening date for the Kilkenny section of the M9/N9 motorway from Danesfort to Waterford has been confirmed by the Kilkenny County Council this week.
Rest stops on the section of the M6 motorway in Galway must be provided by the National Roads Authority according to Independent councillor Jim Cuddy.
Time is running out for learner drivers in Carlow. Learner drivers who have been using the Carlow bypass that is.
Learner drivers who have got used to travelling on the dual carriageway between Athlone and Kinnegad are having to seek alternative routes this week, as the section of road was upgraded to motorway status on Wednesday.
Local Fine Gael councillor John Naughten has raised concerns over the re-designation of the Athlone bypass as motorway and the effect it will have on road users and development in the area.
Councillors in the Athlone area have asked that Westmeath County Council write to the Minister for Transport to request the Athlone bypass retain its existing dual carriageway status - in spite of recommendations from both the National Roads Authority and the council that it be upgraded to motorway status.
The owner of the Hilamar Hotel, in Kinnegad has successfully appealed a six month driving ban for driving at over 100mph.
It’s not often these days that Taoiseach Brian Cowen gets to deliver good news, so when he was invited to open the new stretch of the N6 motorway from Athlone to Ballinasloe next week, he graciously accepted.