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Calleary calls for traffic calming measures to be implemented

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Fianna Fáil TD, Dara Calleary, has called for traffic calming measures to be implemented on the Quay Road and Quay Village in Ballina.

Sensors and lights to deter wrong-way drivers on motorways

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Sensors, ramps and flashing lights to deter wrong-way drivers on motorways

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Sensors and flashing warning lights are to be considered as possible deterrents to wrong-way driving on the motorways, with the growing phenomenon raised by concerned gardai and councillors in the county this week.

Council drives towards zero emissions with 8 new electric vans

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As part of a drive towards zero emission vehicles, the Galway City Council has this week deployed eight fully-electric vans.

Laura Vecchi Ford - The West is Awake

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FOR MORE than 30 years, Laura Vecchi Ford taught Italian at NUI Galway, but for much longer than that she has been a visual artist.

Ford pilots connected car tech

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Ford is piloting a “secure and effective” messaging system that sends updates directly to vehicles. The brand claims this could help create smoother traffic ecosystems and safer, more sustainable cities.

Rav 4 continues to deliver with new plug-in hybrid

Toyota's popular hybrid SUV, the Rav4, is launching in a long-range all wheel drive plug-in hybrid in Ireland later this year.

Department of Transport urges development of Quiet Man Greenway

Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed a submission to the Galway County Development Plan by Minister Eamon Ryan and the Department of Transport, urging Galway Co Council to develop the Quiet Man Greenway connecting Athenry to Milltown.

Ten new battery-electric vehicles from Renault by 2025

Renault Group has announced the latest development in its ambition to deliver a broader range of pure-electric vehicles.

Crowe calls for age friendly parking spaces across the city

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Galway should follow the example of Cork, Carlow, and Wicklow, by introducing age friendly parking spaces, reserved for people aged 65 and older.

 

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