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Motorists are being warned to expect some delays as works get under way on the N4 between Clongowney and McNeads Bridge as part of the N4 The Downs Grade Separation Scheme.
Fears are mounting for the future of the Islandeady community as the preliminary design for the proposed N5 Westport to Turlough dual carriageway is now complete.
Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop, and other such signage as well as traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, etc, from your village, town, or city? Well up until last Monday, I would have cringed at such a prospect.
Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop and other such signage as well as traffic lights, pedestrian crossings etc, from your village, town, or city? Well up until last Monday, I would have cringed at such a prospect.
The overhaul of the Athlone Relief Road (bypass) will cost in the region of €7 million and may take up to 40 weeks to complete.
A man remains in a critical condition in Mullingar hospital after his lorry overturned during a five-vehicle collision on the Mullingar bypass on Wednesday morning this week.
Judge William Early said a man caught drink driving on the wrong side of a dual carriageway was lucky the prosecution had decided to strike out a danAgerous driving offence.
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.
While controversy surrounded the proposed preferred route of the Westport to Bohola dual carriageway in the Castlebar area, with the Murphy family home in Doogarry, Breaffy, to be demolished to accommodate the road, members of the Westport Electoral Area Committee this week proposed that the 40km type two dual carriageway route be given the go ahead.
Local Fine Gael councillor, Alan Shaw, is furious about the level of litter being allowed to build up on the dual carriageway in Athlone.