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Galway Urban Greenway Alliance have proposed that a 2.6km temporary cycle path should be installed along the seafront from Southpark to Blackrock.
The implications of the Covid-19 pandemic have "focused a spotlight" on the need for transport solutions that are green, sustainable, and conducive to social distancing, and "Galway has a golden opportunity to show what is possible".
If local and community based sporting clubs are to survive the Covid-19 lockdown and have a future, the Government must establish a support fund, as traditional income streams have ceased.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) is useless when it comes to dealing with flooding on national roads in the county, that is according to Galway county councillor Jim Cuddy.
While voters in the Republic of Ireland go to the polls on February 8, it may be instructive for us to cast our minds back to December and the general election in Britain, as that contest contained a warning for the Irish Left that it would do well to heed.
Fine Gael Minister Ciaran Cannon has welcomed the creation of a dedicated funding stream by Transport Minister Shane Ross to support local authorities in bringing new greenway projects to construction.
Naughton welcomes Connacht Rugby €10 million funding under the Large-Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund
The Government has allocated Connacht Rugby €10 million in funding under the Large-Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund — Fine Gael TD for Galway West Hildegarde Naughton, who is a season-ticket holder at the Sportsground, had campaigned for the grant funding and brought Leo Varadkar to the grounds last year to see the plans for the 12,000-capacity stadium.
The potential European funding available for the Western Rail Corridor will be explored at an important public meeting in Athenry tonight Thursday December 12.
The planned N5 Turlough to Westport road, expected to cost €241 million, should be scrapped, and that money instead invested into cycling and greenway infrastructure, bus networks, and rail services throughout Connacht.
Fianna Fáil TD for Longford-Westmeath, Robert Troy, has expressed his anger that commuters in Westmeath, who travel to Dublin on a daily basis on oversubscribed train carriages, will have to wait until the end of 2021 at the earliest before they see any additional capacity.