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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.
While controversy surrounded the proposed preferred route of the Westport to Bohola dual carriageway in the Castlebar area, with the Murphy family home in Doogarry, Breaffy, to be demolished to accommodate the road, members of the Westport Electoral Area Committee this week proposed that the 40km type two dual carriageway route be given the go ahead.
The approved section of the Galway City Outer Bypass should be included in the major road projects on the N17 and N18 which are proceeding under Public Private Partnerships.
“A complete waste of public money” is how Independent Cllr Thomas Welby has described a €300,000 allocation from the National Roads Authority to review the Moycullen bypass.
Clifden should be the subject of a special study on Government neglect, particularly the neglect of key infrastructural investment, which is threatening the town’s tourist industry.
Locals are being invited to make their views known on the N4 Mullingar to Longford (Roosky) road scheme, with a series of public consultation exhibitions to take place next week.
Situated less than a mile from Oughterard village centre, this fine four/five bedroom house is on a half acre site. The property is just a short walk off the N59 Galway to Clifden road on the Galway side of the village in close proximity to Oughterard Golf Course. The area enjoys lovely walking routes which lead through the countryside towards the bog lands and hills.
A 26-year-old Polish man who refused to provide a blood sample for gardaí when he was arrested for drink driving was disqualified from driving for four years at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.
The final section of the M6 motorway, linking Ballinasloe and Galway, is to be opened this morning (Friday) by Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey.