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Decisions, often the long awaited ones, come along like buses. You wait interminably wondering if one will ever arrive and then, out of the ether, come along several. It is an apt analogy this week because for the past while, Galway city and county has been awaiting decisions which have a lot to do, if not so much with buses, then with ways in which we are set to move around for the rest of this century.
Senator Aisling Dolan welcomed the announcement of a final route corridor from the Galway to Athlone Cycleway project team. The Red Route five through Athlone, Portumna, Gort, Kinvara to Galway has been selected with a link to Ballinasloe town.
The preferred route corridor for progression of the Athlone to Galway cycleway has been selected, the Athlone Advertiser learned this week.
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Members of the public are being encouraged to make submissions in relation to the route options for the Galway to Athlone cycleway. Aisling Dolan, Senator for Roscommon-Galway is backing two routes of the five Corridor Options being circulated by the Galway to Athlone Project Team – the Green Route and the Blue Route. Both of those routes come close to Ballinasloe and will be going through Roscommon potentially along by the Shannon towards Shannonbridge.
The Ballinasloe routes identified for the new Galway- Athlone cycleway have the potential to transform the town into a dynamic eco-tourism hub, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
The Athlone to Galway cycleway is to receive a funding boost of approximately €300,000, according to Fine Gael Senator for Roscommon-Galway Aisling Dolan, with the team developing the cycleway construction being located adjacent to the new library on Society Street, Ballinasloe.
The Galway to Athlone Cycleway in County Galway as part of the large TII Dublin-Galway route in County Galway is to receive a funding boost of some €300,000, according to Senator for Roscommon-Galway Aisling Dolan.
More than 900 new speed zones have come into effect across the country in Ireland. There are now 1,322 safety camera zones countrywide. Some 575 zones were removed because they were no longer considered high-risk areas.