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Regulations to double fixed charges relating to key road safety offences including speeding, phone use and non-wearing of seatbelts are set to be introduced.
Regulations that will double fixed charges relating to key road safety offences including speeding, phone use and non-wearing of seatbelts, are set to be introduced.
Irish Citylink, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore-headquartered ComfortDelGro group, has taken over GoBus for a fee believed to be in the region of €12 million. Galway-based GoBus was established by Jim Burke and his family in 2009.
Castlebar Cycling Club is pleased to announce that its hugely popular Explore Mayo Cycle Sportive will make a welcome return on June 25.
In a Project Update to Castlebar Municipal District at its most recent May meeting, Mayo County Council reported that the N5 Westport to Turlough route, which connects on to the main Westport-Dublin N5 motorway, is progressing well, with expectations that the road will be ready to officially open in Q2 of 2023 - if not before.
Members of Castlebar Municipal District have decried the state of roads in the MD with reference made to damaged road surfaces from ongoing motorway works and potholes turning into craters big enough to swim in.
Mayo County Council has published a notice of intention to impose a temporary closure on the N17 near Claremorris for three days next month.
Mayo TD Alan Dillon has welcomed good news on N60 Balla to Claremorris Road Realignment at Heathlawn that has now moved to tender. Deputy Dillon said: "This is an important step forward for all road users who use the N60 and especially this busy section of road which has seen a large increase in traffic flow since the Tuam bypass has opened. The project comprises the construction of approximately 3.6km of mainly online upgrade of national secondary road on a section of road commencing 1.5km east of Balla village. The realigned road will improve the capacity, overall consistency and efficiency of the N60, providing more reliable journey times, thereby enhancing the prospect for future development and growth within the region. There is no doubt, the lives of the residents living along this stretch of road will be greatly enhanced; it will provide all road-users with a safer environment into the area. I want to acknowledge the work of my colleague Cllr Cyril Burke who has raised this matter with me on multiple occasions and has liaised with Mayo County Council road design team to see this development proceed to tender," concluded Deputy Dillon.
Ireland’s first mainline motorway average speed safety camera system is in place on the M7 in Tipperary between Junction 26 and Junction 27, both directions (eastbound and westbound), having become operational on Monday last at 7am.
As fuel costs continue to soar, Irish motorists are now more likely to make a move towards green driving. Over half (51%) of all respondents in a new survey by Carzone, admitted that the recent rise in fuel prices has made them consider switching to an electric vehicle (EV), despite never considering the switch before.