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Airport site should be made into major sports stadium for the west says Carroll

A 25,000 seater stadium for use by rugby, soccer, and the GAA, along with a sports centre of excellence, should be the aim of any future plans for the Galway Airport site in Carnmore.

On track for the races — Oranmore railway station to open on Sunday

Oranmore Station will open for customers on Sunday, with the official opening by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar TD taking place on Monday afternoon, right in time for the Galway races.

Council to fence off site for Oranmore station

The Galway County Council is to fence off the site for the new Oranmore Railway Station is to commence within the next three weeks.

Work likely to start on Oranmore station in October

Oranmore could finally get its long awaited new trains station as construction is poised to begin as early as next October according to Fine Gael Galway West TD Brian Walsh.

Claremorris Chamber of Commerce fights for Western Rail Corridor

Lack of information and disinformation is clouding the case for the Western Rail Corridor which must proceed to cope with huge demand for rail travel in the region, according to Claremorris Chamber of Commerce.

Agreement reached on acquisition of site for Oranmore train station – Fahey

Local Fianna Fáil TD Frank Fahey has confirmed that agreement has been reached between Galway County Council and Iarnrod Eireann regarding the acquisition of a site for the development of a new train station in Oranmore.

Oranmore station on track for next year

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The Minister of Transport Noel Dempsey has confirmed that Oranmore’s railway station could be up and running by next year, but the news was not so sweet for those councillors and other representatives who have been calling for such commitment for far too long.

Fahey welcomes withdrawal of Gort Railway objection

The Gort railway station is “one of the most significant stages” of the Western Rail Corridor, that’s according to the chairman of the Oireachtas Transport Committee, Frank Fahey, who welcomed the news that an objection lodged with An Bord Pleanála has now been withdrawn.


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