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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.
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.
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.
On Tuesday the contract for the N18 Gort to Crusheen Dual Carriageway – Design Build Contract was signed in County Buildings in Prospect Hill.
Mulranny Independent Councillor Michael Holmes has criticised the Government for cutting the National Roads Authority's budget for 2009 by €216 million.
The National Roads Authority came under criticism from two Westport Electoral Area councillors after planning applications were refused due to NRA directives.
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.
A new 40 kilometre stretch of motorway, which is set to knock twenty minutes off journey times between Dublin and Cork, opened on Monday.
Almost €71 million has been allocated by the National Roads Authority for improvements to Westmeath’s national primary and secondary roads in the coming year.
More than €44,000 is to be spent in the provision of improving footpaths on Mill Street, Westport, under the 2009 roadworks scheme which was before members of the Westport Electoral Area committee at a meeting on Monday.