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Over the past eight days six lives have been lost on Irish roads in road crashes, so in addition to complying with Covid-19 provincial directives, road safety needs to be top priority with students and parents as schools return to a new normal, according to Mayo County Council's road safety officer Noel Gibbons.
An independent member of Mayo County Council has criticised the behaviour of some cyclists on roads in the county.
Mayo Road Safety Officer, Noel Gibbons, is highlighting a number of road safety issues as more motorists return to the road as lockdown restrictions lift.
Road Safety professionals are encouraging all road users to help reduce the strain on the emergency services during the coronavirus pandemic by taking extra care when making essential journeys.
After a weekend of carnage on our roads, the Mayo Road Safety Working together Group have issued a road safety appeal to everyone attending the Mayo Stages Rally on Sunday, March 8, in the Castlebar area saying that road safety is everyone’s responsibility and there is one essential ingredient required for everyone’s safety and that is personnel responsibility.
Local authorities and An Garda Siochana are appealing for people observing Lent to give up one more thing - bad driving, stating
Mayo County Council's Road Safety Office has issued an appeal to those contesting the upcoming election to give consideration when erecting election posters and the placement of mobile advertisement boards, as to whether these signs may cause an obstruction or danger.
As general public are sneezing their way back to work and with the number of flu cases expected to rise in the coming weeks people reminded to think road safety by the road safety officer of Mayo County Council.
The hard hitting road show, which educates teens about the terrible consequences of road carnage, is returning to Mayo in February.
Every year there are hundreds of incursions into roadworks which put road workers lives at risk and lead to deaths and serious injury - this has spurred one local authority to act.