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This week is Road Safety Week and AA Ireland is calling on motorists to make sure their vehicles are in proper running order by carrying out the necessary checks.
Three new bus stops are to be installed in the west side of the city as part of a plan to install 18 new shelters across the city as a whole.
Fianna Fáil TD, Dara Calleary, has called for traffic calming measures to be implemented on the Quay Road and Quay Village in Ballina.
Sensors and flashing warning lights are to be considered as possible deterrents to wrong-way driving on the motorways, with the growing phenomenon raised by concerned gardai and councillors in the county this week.
Galway should follow the example of Cork, Carlow, and Wicklow, by introducing age friendly parking spaces, reserved for people aged 65 and older.
Greater levels of parking in the city centre will lead to increased traffic congestion, which will result in falling numbers coming into the city centre - a situation which will negatively impact on business.
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.
Tailbacks, congestion, and delays await Galway motorists and commuters as new data from the Galway City Council shows traffic is returning to pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels.
Ford says it has developed new, first-of-its-kind electronic high-visibility panels, which do not rely on other light sources to be clearly visible in the dark.