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Concern over motorway status for Athlone bypass

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.

Roads funding a priority for 2009 Budget

The school bus that recently boycotted a local route is back on the road but the condition of Carlow’s rural roads remains a major concern for a cash-strapped council.

Council launches Christmas Park and Ride campaign

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Shoppers from throughout Co Galway are being encouraged to avail of the Galway City Council’s Christmas Park and Ride campaign which takes in bus and rail services this year.

Galway City Council launches Park and Ride Christmas campaign

Galway City Council has launched its forthcoming Park and Ride campaign aimed at significantly reducing car use in the run up to the busy Christmas period in Galway. This year its newly operational Galway Transportation Unit focused on an integrated approach involving the Department of Transport, Iarnród Éireann, An Taisce Green-Schools Programme, and Bus Éireann in an effort to curb car use in Galway by offering a number of cut price, ‘hassle free’ options of travelling to and from Galway other than by private car.

Roads funding a priority for 2009 Budget

The school bus that recently boycotted a local route is back on the road but the condition of Carlow’s rural roads remains a major concern for a cash-strapped council.

Road grants enable repair of roads off new M9/M10

The road grant allocation for Kilkenny has been announced by the NRA and the Department of Transport.

Grealish calls for movement on Oranmore railway station

Dep Noel Grealish has called on the CEO of CIE, Dr John Lynch, to progress plans for a new railway station for Oranmore and to meet with the Department of Transport and Galway County Council to discuss the project.

Taxi drivers to hold major protest and rally on Saturday

Galway taxi drivers have united under the banner of the Galway Taxi Association and will be holding a ‘Day of Action and Petition’ on Saturday.

Kilkenny could lead the way in Sustainable Transport-Noonan

Kilkenny could become a leader among regional towns in the provision of sustainable transport according to Cllr Malcolm Noonan.

Call for action plan for intelligent transport systems and services

Fine Gael MEP Jim Higgins has called on the Government to draw up a strategic action plan to increase research and development in the field of intelligent transport systems and services, associated with the EU-owned Galileo satellite. The satellite, which uses highly advanced navigation technology, is seen as a key step towards the creation of thousands of high-end jobs across the EU.

 

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