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The President and CEO of Galway Chamber both told the oral hearing into the Galway City Ring Road of the negative impact that traffic congestions has on families, on livelihoods, on cancer patients, on students and on cyclists when they made a submission on Tuesday.
As the local schools return to normal and the commute roads become particularly laden with vehicle congestion, Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has implored the creation and implementation of a traffic management plan for the Retreat area, in which three education establishments are located, Marist College, Our Lady’s Bower and Athlone Community College.
Investment and not just policing is needed in communities
A "notorious stretch of road" on the N83 has finally got the go-ahead to be made safer for motorists.
More than 900 new speed zones have come into effect across the country in Ireland. There are now 1,322 safety camera zones countrywide. Some 575 zones were removed because they were no longer considered high-risk areas.
The elected members of the West Mayo Municipal District have taken the first steps to changing the speed limit in two different locations along the N59 from Westport to Mulranny.
The objections of almost 300 groups and individuals to the proposed €600 million ring road around Galway city will be heard from Tuesday morning when an oral hearing into the project will open at the g Hotel.
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.