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Galway has a "golden opportunity" to lead the way in planning and public transport solutions in the State, but only if it adopts an integrated public transport plan to reduce traffic, as part of a comprehensive masterplan for the city.
New car registrations for August were up 3.5 per cent (5,932) compared to last year (5,729), according to statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie reports the buyer of a new private vehicle in Ireland is now purchasing spending more than €30,000 on average, for the first time since Cartell started recording these statistics.
Thinking of buying a new car in the coming months? Then you’ve no doubt heard about Personal Contract Plans or PCPs. These car finance agreements have been getting a lot of attention – and not always for the right reasons. The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) recently released the first public analysis of PCPs in Ireland. The report found that a third of new car purchases in Ireland are now financed by PCP agreements.
Three Government departments working on solution to Parkmore traffic congestion crisis, says Naughton
Three government departments are collaborating to devise a radical package of measures to address the traffic-congestion crisis at Parkmore on foot of a meeting between Minister Simon Coveney and Galway TD Hildegarde Naughton last month.
Plans to resolve Galway city’s mounting traffic problems will be presented to city councillors and Galway West TDs and Senators next week, with one TD saying funding for any of the forthcoming solutions will “not be a problem”.
Galway county councillors have expressed their frustration at the lack of movement on the outer ring road for the traffic congestion at Parkmore Industrial Estate.
Motorists are being reminded to update their toll tag account details when buying and selling a vehicle this January.
The unmanned high-tech traffic unit in Galway city is compounding the major traffic problems which have been experienced over the last 18 months, according to Cllr Mike Crowe.
With new car sales up 30 per cent for the second year running, can the increases continue this year?