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Councillors in south Mayo are looking for enhanced traffic calming measures to be put in place in the village of Kilmaine, due to the large increased volume of traffic going through the village since the opening of the M18 motorway from Tuam to Dublin.
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.
The removal of roadside memorials to the late Joe Deacy was raised this week at Mayo County Council with Cllr Gerry Ginty labelling the action insensitive, wrong and undertaken without any consultation with the councillors and the Deacy family.
Road signs are being stolen off poles every day, a councillor alleged at the monthly meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District this week.
Members of Athlone Municipal District have been informed that work is presently ongoing to identify a more suitable location for the bus stop located outside Athlone Institute of Technology on the Garrycastle road.
A new action group has been established to challenge a decision to close rural bus stops between Kilrickle and Ballydangan which are a lifeline for the local community.
Local independent councillor, AIlish McManus has called on the council to remove the now dangerous traffic control measures near the fire station on Coosan Point Road.
Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has commended the residents of Balla and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) for agreeing traffic calming measures in order to make Balla a safer place.
Pay and Display parking, both on-street and in car parks, now also applies on Sundays, it was announced this week.
Fianna Fáil Deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, has hit out at the lack of action by the Transport Infrastructure Ireland on introducing traffic calming measures along specific locations on the N61 Roscommon to Athlone route.