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Off the boil – Ballinahown water is safe again

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There were sighs of relief across Ballinahown this week as the boil water notice which has been in place in the village since August was finally lifted.

New junction plans revealed for N4 at The Downs

A new junction on the N4 at The Downs is expected to be under construction by 2011, it was revealed this week. The junction, which will cost in the region of €8-€10 million, will allow four existing dangerous junctions along a five kilometre stretch of road to close permanently.

NRA accused of negligence over N59 funding

Independent Councillor Michael Holmes has spoken out against the National Roads Authority for what he describes as “inefficient allocation of funding” in the upgrade of a section of the N59 road between Mulranny and Newport.

Ballyhaunis bypass one step from adoption

A route has been identified for the long awaited N60/N83 Ballyhaunis outer bypass, a meeting of the Claremorris electoral area committee was told this week.

N59 works to begin next month

Work will begin next month on resurfacing and realigning the N59 at Roscahill. The Galway County Council has received tenders for the project and contracts are expected to be finalised in the coming weeks.

M9 Kilcullen to Carlow road opens without fanfare

The opening of the new M9 Kilcullen to Carlow motorway project was a low key affair that went ahead without ribbon cutting or ministerial pontification.

Contract signed for the N18 Gort to Crusheen dual carriageway

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On Tuesday the contract for the N18 Gort to Crusheen Dual Carriageway – Design Build Contract was signed in County Buildings in Prospect Hill.

Holmes criticises NRA's €216m budget cut

Mulranny Independent Councillor Michael Holmes has criticised the Government for cutting the National Roads Authority's budget for 2009 by €216 million.

NRA criticised by local councillors

The National Roads Authority came under criticism from two Westport Electoral Area councillors after planning applications were refused due to NRA directives.

Back to the drawing board

The Galway City Outer Bypass is dead but other transport solutions to traffic congestion in and around the city are not so it’s time to look to these other solutions and go back to the drawing board regarding the bypass.

 

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