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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.
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.
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Independent Cllr Seán Canney, a candidate in the next General Election in Galway East has met with the principal, staff and members of the Board of Management concerning Milltown National School traffic calming.
More than 150 local residence of Bohola gathered at the Community Centre in Bohola village to protest at the lack of progress in securing traffic calming measures through the village and the erection of 60km speed limits. The protest was organised to highlight to Mayo County Council, the National Roads Authority, and Government that all the residents of the village are fully behind the Bohola Traffic Calming Action Committee in their attempts to achieve a proper traffic management solution for the village.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has called for a full review of speed limits currently in place across Mayo including in housing estates and areas where children play. Deputy Mulherin was speaking following the launch of a new document entitled “Guidelines for Setting and Managing Speed Limits”, which has been produced by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD.
Traffic calming measures must be installed at schools in Clifden and Letterfrack before there is a fatality, according to the North Connemara Action Group.
The volume and speed of traffic on Shantalla Road means the area is “an accident waiting to happen”, according to Labour candidate John McDonagh.
There is a “serious threat to life” caused by the complete lack of adequate traffic calming and safety measures in the immediate vicinity of schools on Threadneedle Road, according to Galway City West and Knocknacarra councillor Donal Lyons.