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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
Some 59 per cent of Irish motorists have looked at their phones while driving within the last year, according to new nationwide research carried out by iReach on behalf of Toyota Ireland.
As daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day as winter wanes, however, Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists not to wait until darkness to turn on their lights.
The Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland (DDAI) in Ballindine, Claremorris, is celebrating 50 years behind the wheel in driving independence and equal opportunity. The charity was founded at a meeting in Claremorris Town Hall on Sunday, January 25, 1970 and on Saturday, January 25, the present board held a commemorative meeting at the same venue.
As general public are sneezing their way back to work and with the number of flu cases expected to rise in the coming weeks people reminded to think road safety by the road safety officer of Mayo County Council.
The hard hitting road show, which educates teens about the terrible consequences of road carnage, is returning to Mayo in February.