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Galway and the west of Ireland is in line for a major employment boost in the construction sector with the announcement that the three and a half year N17/N18 Tuam to Gort motorway road project is to begin construction.
A Galway East TD has rubbished claims that the development of the much-awaited Gort to Tuam motorway will not go ahead and branded the rumours as “not well founded”.
Works to improve road safety close to a national school on the N18 in Claregalway will be carried out by the end of the year, according to local Fine Gael Galway West TD Brian Walsh.
The National Roads Authority came in for some heavy criticism this week from Mullingar councillors after it removed the picture of a caravan from a roadsign outside Tyrrellspass.
A major scheme to make the N6 roadway within the Galway city area is being undertaken to reduce traffic congestion and make the city more accessible to pedestrians and cyclist.
Deputy Denis Naughten has called on the National Roads Authority to publish a road map highlighting which roads throughout the country are to be gritted during the winter period without further delay.
The Galway City Council has refuted claims by a local councillor that there is no salt supply to deal with the cold snap and resulting icy roads, adding that a sufficient supply of salt has been utilised by staff twice a day and even more salt is on the way.
North Kilkenny County Councillor, Mary Hilda Cavanagh, has called on the National Roads Authority to construct an exit that would facilitate Glanbia trucks exiting the M8 for the Ballyragget plant.
Not only will motorists continue to fork out for tolls but a trip on the M6 will be, let us say uncomfortable, with plans for service areas abandoned due to lack of funding.
Upgrade and realignment works are urgently needed at dangerous blackspots on the N17 where accidents are occurring on an ongoing basis, according to Independent councillor Seán Canney.