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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.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Robert Troy TD, has said the commitment made by Minister Shane Ross to reduce the waiting times for driving tests across the county, is faltering.
With the fine weather we are experiencing at the moment, farmers are busy spreading slurry and Mayo County Council Road Safety Officer, Noel Gibbons, has appealed to road users to exercise "tolerance" if they are caught behind farm machinery in the coming weeks and to "give farmers a break".
Local Independent Councillor, Michael O’Brien, will make the provision of traffic calming measures for Mount Temple village one of his priorities in this year’s Municipal District council roads programme.
The length of time the 'green man' on pedestrian crossings is displayed for needs to be lengthened on pedestrian crossings across the city, to allow more time for people to cross city roads safely.
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.
Along with school exams, the driving test is one of the most daunting tests there is. According to research from Carzone, 57 per cent of those who hold a provisional licence have renewed it more than three times.
Research conducted by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) reveals that two in five adults living in Connacht would consider buying an electric vehicle (EV). The research, which surveyed 1,000 people, found that the lower running costs of driving an EV was the primary reason for considering to purchase (41%), second only to helping the environment (51%).