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From this week new mobile safety cameras are in operation throughout the county as part of a national Garda safety campaign.
The Gort to Crusheen M18 bypass will open at noon tomorrow, effectively putting an end to a notorious bottleneck on the old N18. While the new road has been welcomed locally, businesses in Gort will have to wait to see what effect the new route will have on passing trade in the town.
This character filled property was formerly the parochial house in Rosscahill. Built circa 1874, this two storey partially refurbished home is set on a mature site with old outbuildings. The property offers purchasers the challenge to put their own stamp on a very interesting residence.
Local girl Hannah Kelly (21) from Shannonbridge, Ballinasloe was crowned the 2010 Carlton Shearwater Hotel Queen of the Fair in a glittering ceremony last week.
The overhaul of the Athlone Relief Road (bypass) will cost in the region of €7 million and may take up to 40 weeks to complete.
Not only will motorists continue to fork out for tolls but a trip on the M6 will be, let us say uncomfortable, with plans for service areas abandoned due to lack of funding.
A footpath to border the heavy traffic passing through Mulranny village has been given funding commitment by the National Roads Authority, Belmullet area councillors were informed during the September monthly meeting.
The official opening of the Mullingar Western Relief Road and Bridge Scheme will take place next Monday September 6, at 12pm.
The controversial N59 project which includes a bypass of Crossmolina looks like it will remain in limbo for some time to come. At the February meeting of the Ballina Electoral Area, the elected members agreed a route for the N59 from Ballina to Crossmolina and further on to the west of the county. However the route was not approved when it came to a full meeting of Mayo County Council, following a large volume of opposition from people in Crossmolina because it would bypass the town. By not approving the proposed route at the full council meeting, the members have sterilised the land around original five proposed routes which were put before the members. However even if they do this, it will still leave the project and the lands effected by this in limbo.
A second toll on the Dublin to Waterford motorway is to be considered in a Government bid to raise additional revenue from Irish roads.