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Elected members of Athlone Moate Municipal District have unanimously approved a plan to provide free Christmas parking in all car parks operated by the local authority from December 17 to 24 inclusive.
The long enjoyed free parking at the Salthill facility is to come to an end.
In an effort to generate more activity for Athlone’s retailers, restaurants, hotels and pubs, Westmeath County Council, supported by Athlone Chamber of Commerce are providing all-day, free parking in six town centre car parks for a full week from Friday, December 17 until Friday, December 24.
Galway should follow the example of Cork, Carlow, and Wicklow, by introducing age friendly parking spaces, reserved for people aged 65 and older.
Greater levels of parking in the city centre will lead to increased traffic congestion, which will result in falling numbers coming into the city centre - a situation which will negatively impact on business.
The Galway City Council will not waive car parking charges as restrictions begin to ease.
Parking restrictions and some traffic flows could change in Galway city to ensure outdoor dining is a viable option soon.
A total of €630,000 was collected in parking charges by University Hospital Galway last year, according to figures released by the HSE.
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.