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Councillors approve traffic calming measures

A number of traffic calming works are to get underway throughout the city after councillors approved the plans during Galway City Council meetings this month.

Nationally and locally road fatalities are increasing once again

While deaths due to road traffic accidents were at an all time low in 2012, seven more people have died on the roads in Ireland this year than during the same period last year, according to figures released by An Garda Síochána this week. That brings the total for 2013 to 118 deaths.

Section of Rathbawn Road urgently requires safety works

Castlebar and Fine Gael town councillor Ger Deere has placed a motion at the next Castlebar Town Council Meeting in respect of a section of road of the Rathbawn Road. The section of road in question is quite close to the Snugboro Junction where vehicles appear to lose control. A number of road traffic collisions have taken place at the location over the past number of months, with the most recent occurring last Friday morning.

New money for old roads

We have to be thankful for small victories when they come along these days. We have become used to the language of recession and scarcity. When we look back on the amount of money that we had to spend during the boom years it really does feel like a different country.

New money for old roads

We have to be thankful for small victories when they come along these days. We have become used to the language of recession and scarcity. When we look back on the amount of money that we had to spend during the boom years it really does feel like a different country.

€329,000 in funding for footpath and pavement works in the county

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has confirmed that his Department has allocated €329,525 in funding to Mayo County Council for pavement and footpath works in a number of areas in the county.

Operation Slow Down this weekend

From 7am on Friday May 31 to 7am on Saturday June 1, An Garda Síochána, along with other stakeholders, will run Operation Slow Down. The objectives of the operation are to raise awareness of the dangers of inappropriate and excessive speed, reduce the number of speed related collisions, and therefore save lives and reduce injuries on our roads.

Check before you step out

Pedestrian Safety is the theme for the UN Road Safety Week which takes place this week from May 6 to May 12.

Submissions on Mulranny improvement works close at end of month

The closing date for submissions from members of the public on improvement works including footpaths, pedestrian crossings, and traffic calming measures in Mulranny village is on Tuesday, April 23. The four elected councillors in the Belmullet electoral area were given an update on the plans at the April meeting of the electoral committee.

Approval to build new roadway in Doughiska

Construction of a new roadway in the city’s eastern limits was given the go-ahead by councillors at Monday’s city council meeting.

 

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