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Phase one of the Western Rail Corridor is due to get under way in September, enabling rail travel from Galway to Ennis, Limerick, and on to Cork, Tralee, Rosslare, and Waterford. It could also be a boost for business and tourism.
An emerging preferred route for the N17 Tuam to Claremorris dual carriageway has been identified.
The Mayo Chambers are “astonished” by the recommendations contained in the An Bord Snip Nua report in relation to the non-completion of the Western Rail Corridor and the axing of the Manulla-Ballina railway.
The West on Track Community Campaign has warmly welcomed the announcement in the joint programme for Government that work is to continue on the subsequent phases of the Western Rail Corridor and Navan rail projects for earliest possible delivery.