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Government restrictions on inter-county travel have finally eased, but road users are being urged to be extra cautious and alert as traffic volumes begin to increase.
Motorists are being urged to put their mobile phones away when driving as new research from the Road Safety Authority shows that one in 10 motorists admit to regularly texting while behind the wheel.
The week's sixth annual UN Global Road Safety Week, which runs until Sunday, is calling for drivers to slow down.
The Road Safety Authority has this morning confirmed that essential driver training (EDT) lessons with an approved driving instructor has recommenced for essential workers.
Members of the public are being warned that they could be liable for damage to vehicles if they place bollards or hazards on the set-back area in front of their homes.
The number of speeding offences in Galway city has risen, according to a Garda report, for the first 10 months of 2020.
Councillors have expressed fears that the proposals for speed limits and increases they rejected this week will come back to them unchanged, leaving Galway with little ability to create speed limits suitable for different areas of the city.
Only four housing estates in Galway county will be put forward for an introduction of a 30km/h speed limit in 2020.
Local Authority Road Safety Officers across Ireland are asking the public to shine a light for road safety on World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, From 7pm to 8pm this Sunday, November 15.
Investment and not just policing is needed in communities