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Did you know driving short journeys (less than five minutes) can be twice as polluting per kilometre due to the energy needed to start and stop the engine, and that drivers and passengers suffer the worst effects of this pollution burst as there can be up to double the amount of pollution inside vehicles?
Minister Anne Rabbitte should spend less time encouraging the privatisation of the Galway to Gort bus route, and spend more time campaigning for Bus Éireann to reinstate the service.
Galway city and county is to get more than €1.23 million under the Government’s Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund, to help ensure a safe outdoor summer.
Fine Gael Spokesperson on Tourism and Sport, Deputy Alan Dillon TD, has welcomed over half a million euro being allocated to Mayo under the Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund.
Councillors raised concerns about the route selection and timeline for the planned Galway city cycle network, during this week's online city council meeting.
Galway City Council with the support of An Garda Siochána and schools in Galway City, have recently introduced ‘School Zones’ measures at 15 schools in the City. The purpose of the spots and road markings is to raise awareness among road users that they are entering an environment where there is a school – and to encourage awareness of children and other road users, and slower speeds.
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A further €15 million is set to be invested to enhance external public spaces in towns, villages and cities ahead of the phased reopening of what has been billed as an ‘outdoor summer’.
In this time of confinement due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many people used their time wisely by making observations to the Galway City Council ‘Our City Our Future’ consultation, which will go towards what will become the Galway City Development Plan 2023-2029.
News-in-brief from around the county - catch up on what's been gonig on.