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The number of speeding offences in Galway city has risen, according to a Garda report, for the first 10 months of 2020.
Now winter is well and truly and the nights are drawing in, motorists need to be more aware of pedestrians and vulnerable road user.
Councillors have expressed fears that the proposals for speed limits and increases they rejected this week will come back to them unchanged, leaving Galway with little ability to create speed limits suitable for different areas of the city.
Only four housing estates in Galway county will be put forward for an introduction of a 30km/h speed limit in 2020.
Free driver training and door security courses are now available with the GRETB Training Centre.
As the local schools return to normal and the commute roads become particularly laden with vehicle congestion, Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has implored the creation and implementation of a traffic management plan for the Retreat area, in which three education establishments are located, Marist College, Our Lady’s Bower and Athlone Community College.
Investment and not just policing is needed in communities
More than 900 new speed zones have come into effect across the country in Ireland. There are now 1,322 safety camera zones countrywide. Some 575 zones were removed because they were no longer considered high-risk areas.
As daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day as winter wanes, however, Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists not to wait until darkness to turn on their lights.
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.