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Ireland West Airport were delighted to welcome An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, TD to the airport last Friday to perform the official ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the newly resurfaced runway at Ireland West Airport.
Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly hit back at those who are attacking An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, in relation to the Western Rail Corridor.
Shannon Airport has welcomed the announcement by Aer Lingus that its Shannon / New York JFK service will operate year-round in 2019. Shannon is set to operate it largest Transatlantic service in 17 years with eight transatlantic services operated by six different carriers across seven destinations from Shannon in 2018.
It is “vital” the Western Rail Corridor be included as part of the Government’s Capital Plan, as developing rail is essential for connectivity, more balanced regional development, and in supporting more sustainable and lower environmental impact transport options.
The 53km M18 Tuam to Gort motorway, which was first used by vehicles last evening will boost tourism and employment opportunities in a whole new region, Transport Minister Shane Ross said at the opening yesterday morning.
Shannon Group and Shannon Airport have today stated that the opening of the M18 Gort to Tuam motorway is an unprecedented opportunity to advance the case of a western economic corridor.
County councillors are concerned that a number of National Secondary Roads will be downgraded to regional road status once the Gort to Tuam motorway is officially opened.
Frank Sweeney & Co is offering for sale this attractive three bedroom semidetached house at No 34 Caislean Oir, Athenry, Co Galway.
The reclassification of a number of roads in the county due to the opening of the Gort to Tuam motorway has been criticised by councillors because of a lack of funding available to Galway County Council to maintain these roads.
Fine Gael TD and General Election candidate, Seán Kyne has stressed the need for continued investment in Galway and the importance of sending representatives to Dublin who are willing and able to fight to secure such investment.