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Major upheaval ahead for home-owners affected by bypass route

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Now that the exact route of the proposed Galway bypass has been identified, affected property owners at various locations across the city are still coming to terms with the fact their homes will have to be knocked to facilitate the road. Other property owners who will not be subject to demolition face the reality of living in extremely close proximity to a busy national artery.

Further details about new city bypass revealed at media briefing

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Reaction continues this evening following the revelation of the chosen route for the proposed new Galway city bypass. 41 homes are in line for demolition and 10 more are 'severely affected' by the preferred corridor. At a media briefing earlier today further detail about the new road was revealed.

Road route to include two short underground tunnels and Corrib bridge

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The speculation about which route the new Galway city bypass will take comes to an end today. A briefing is due to take place this morning (Thursday) which will detail the exact route chosen. The saga has been ongoing since January, when six potential routes for the new road were announced.

Public meeting over bypass plans to take place in Barna

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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.

Quaint cottage for sale in Ballymahon

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Location: Calliaghstown, Ballymahon, Co Westmeath.

Quaint cottage for sale in Ballymahon

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Location: Calliaghstown, Ballymahon, Co Westmeath.

New community walkway for Cappataggle

The residents of Cappataggle, Ballinasloe, now have another community facility to add to their growing list of state-of-the-art facilities with the completion of a walking and jogging track around the local pitch.

New motorway will improve access to Knock Airport

Ireland West Airport Knock welcomed the announcement by the Government of the construction of a new motorway between the towns of Gort and Tuam, which when complete will provide improved access and shorter journey times between Galway and Ireland West Airport Knock.

New motorway expected to create one thousand new jobs

More than 1,000 jobs are expected to be created in the Galway construction sector, following the signing of contracts to build the M17-M18 Gort-Tuam motorway.

Councillors slam Transport minister for abandoning Claregalway bypass

Although welcoming the announcement that the M17/18 Gort to Tuam motorway will go ahead, many county councillors have voiced serious objections to the news that the Claregalway bypass project has been abandoned, despite more than €750,000 being allocated to the project.

 

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