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Council will not waive car parking charges as restrictions ease

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The Galway City Council will not waive car parking charges as restrictions begin to ease.

Parking restrictions on the cards to allow for outdoor dining

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Parking restrictions and some traffic flows could change in Galway city to ensure outdoor dining is a viable option soon.

Calls for hospital parking charges ban after figures reveal €630,000 collected by UHG in 2020

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A total of €630,000 was collected in parking charges by University Hospital Galway last year, according to figures released by the HSE.

Free festive car parking in local authority designated zones

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There is good news for festive shoppers from today (Thursday, December 17), as the annual free parking period for Christmas returns to Athlone thanks to a proposal by Mayor of Athlone, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke.

Council ensure free festive car parking initiative returns

 

Study to be carried out on parking and traffic in Headford

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Traffic calming measures for Main Street in Headford could be on the way, as the Galway County Council has sought a feasibility study and report on the issue.

Pay by phone parking coming to Ballina

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Garages and associated businesses have re-opened

Motor retailers involved in the sale, supply and repair of motor vehicles, including cars, vans, trucks, buses, tractors, motorcycles, bicycles, and related facilities such as tyre sales and body repairs, have been re-opening since last week.

Salthill needs more parking facilities to accommodate visitors, says Higgins

Salthill needs more parking facilities to accommodate visitors and help the village grow and thrive, according to Councillor Clodagh Higgins.

Naughten expresses dissatisfaction with hospital car park clamping

The pay and display car parking and clamping policy at Portiuncula Hospital must be urgently reviewed as patients are being forced to rush out of A&E in fear of being clamped, Deputy Denis Naughten stated.

 

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