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The elected members of the West Mayo Municipal District have taken the first steps to changing the speed limit in two different locations along the N59 from Westport to Mulranny.
The Galway County Council has adopted new special speed limits for specific housing estates throughout the county at Monday’s monthly meeting at County Hall.
Every year there are hundreds of incursions into roadworks which put road workers lives at risk and lead to deaths and serious injury - this has spurred one local authority to act.
Two high definition CCTV cameras have been installed at a location on the upgrade of the N60 at Lagnamuck, Balla, in a bid to crack down on motorists breaking traffic lights and speeding through the roadworks site.
Motorists are being advised to pay attention to new speed limit signage erected on Mayo roads. Changes have been made to speed limits throughout Mayo with a view to improving road safety.
Bye-laws adopted by the Galway County Council this week, and which come into effect on Friday March 1, will see 80kmph speed limits on some roads reduced to 60kmph.
New speed limit bye-laws adopted by the Galway County Council, which will see 80kmph limits on some roads being reduced to 60 kmph, will not come into force until next February.
Councillors in the Ballina Municipal District have expressed split views on the idea of asking Transport Infrastructure Ireland to return the speed limit on the N58 Ballyvary to Foxford road to 100kmh.
Provisional road collision statistics for 2017 show a 15 per cent drop in road deaths in 2017 compared to 2016.
Proposals for new speed limits on national primary and secondary roads, and regional and local roads, in County Galway, are available for public consultation. Cllr Jim Cuddy is calling on people to make their views known.