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Traffic lights for Headford

The Galway County Council will erect traffic lights at the top of the Headford town area before the end of this year.

Traffic ignoring one-way system on Rush Street, Kenny warns

Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny TD has warned of the dangerous traffic conditions being presented by some users of Rush Street in Castlebar. Over the past few weeks, a greater number of drivers are ignoring the one-way system that is in place on the street, he has observed. As a result, cars are driving directly through the traffic light junction between Linenhall Street and Lucan Street.

Claregalway to get switched on

The new traffic lights in Claregalway village are to be switched on tomorrow, September 12, much to the relief of residents and long suffering motorists.

Is a green light always a signal to go?

When you are next approaching a junction with traffic lights, ask yourself what a green light means. If your answer is go, you are only half right.

Galway seeks new traffic lights system to ease traffic flow

The Galway City Council is to apply to the Department of Transport for funding to establish and operate an urban traffic control system which will allow a freer flowing of traffic in the city.

Councillors moot two-way traffic system in Westport

Westport town manager Peter Hynes has said that the issue surrounding traffic in the town — which was discussed during a special meeting of Westport Town Council — is being examined, but as the town “was not designed for the car in mind” it will always mean that it will take some time in order to pass through the town. However if Westport is shortlisted for the Smarter Town Travel scheme and is in receipt of funding Mr Hynes said that cars will eventually be replaced by a larger uptake of people cycling and walking in the town, which will help alleviate traffic problems.

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