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Some €550,000 of a €2.2 million Government grant for transport improvement projects in Galway will go towards developing cycleways in the city and Salthill, and other cycling infrastructure.
The Fisheries Tower that has long watched over Wolfe Tone Bridge is due to be repaired and re-opened in the coming months.
Developers of the major Galway Harbour Extension will be asked to dig deep to contribute to the upgrading of Lough Atalia Road and replacement of Wolfe Tone Bridge to mitigate the significant wear and tear that will be caused by a significant increase in HGV movements, as well as agreeing to be subject to penalty clauses if the traffic management plan is not adhered to.
This Sunday night the streets are set to come alive with music, masks, beasts, giants, and iconic images as Macnas, the world renowned and award-winning street theatre company, presents ‘On The Night Journey’.
A number of traffic calming works are to get underway throughout the city after councillors approved the plans during Galway City Council meetings this month.
Three women and one man have been given fines and suspended sentences for their part in a suspected organised begging industry.
Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh is currently offering this spacious three bedroom apartment. Located in the heart of Galway beside Wolfe Tone Bridge and the Spanish Arch, this second floor apartment also overlooks the vibrant city centre and is part of the Portmore building, an award winning building circa 1989.
The bridge to the iconic Fisheries Tower on Wolfe Tone Bridge, which had been in a state of disrepair for some time, was removed this week.
The badly damaged bridge leading to the Fisheries Tower on Wolfe Tone Bridge looks likely to be repaired in the near future.
Galway’s local authorities are to receive almost €23 million in funding from the Department of Transport, for the maintenance and improvement of city and county roads.