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The elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District have requested to meet Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) on site in Breaffy, to show them the necessity for a major reduction in the speed limit on the N60, that passes through the village.
The issue of motor safety along a major route has been highlighted by inaugural South Roscommon Athlone electoral area independent candidate, Donal Kilduff.
Councillors from the Fine Gael party have hit out at fears expressed by independent councillor, Michael Holmes, that cost overruns in the National Children's Hospital project in Dublin could see funds earmarked for the N5 roads project diverted from it.
Local Link Mayo have announced they are one of 15 groups nationally to secure funding for the administrate base to develop rural transport in Mayo.
The elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District will hold a special meeting to discuss the issue surrounding the potential lowering of the speed limit around Breaffy village.
Almost €30 million has been spent planning a bypass for Galway city since it was first proposed in 1999, with planning and design of its current incarnation - the N6 Galway City Ring Road - having reached €15 million, it was confirmed this week.
The transition to Electric vehicles (EVs) is being made easier thanks to a range of Government supports, Longford/Westmeath TD, Peter Burke has noted. However, Deputy Burke highlighted that more will need to be added by the ESB if we are to meet our European obligations.
Galway county councillors have hit out about the role of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in planning permission applications around the county.
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.
Residents in Oughterard have taken to the streets to voice their concerns for the safety of schoolchildren who face heavy traffic crossing the Owenriff River ipon their way to school.