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On Monday, Galway City Councillors once again have the opportunity to be world leaders in Active Travel and Climate Action by supporting a much longed for temporary Salthill Cycleway, as permanent plans for an urban greenway for Galway and flood defences are progressed.
An extensive survey into how Oranmore locals feel is neded for the enhancement of the village has shown that there is significant demand an increased public realm space and traffic restructions.
Westmeath County Council has refused planning permission for the construction of a new Lidl store on the Dublin Road in Athlone.
Greater levels of parking in the city centre will lead to increased traffic congestion, which will result in falling numbers coming into the city centre - a situation which will negatively impact on business.
Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton, is encouraging all schools in Galway and South Mayo to apply for the Safe Routes to School programme.
In March 2020, a sudden halt to our daily routines encouraged us to explore and reexamine our local areas. Over the last year, our lives have been transformed, yet in many ways we are in the same position as we were one year ago. The public’s mental health and fortitude is waning, many businesses are struggling or have shut their doors, and there is a strong desire to reconnect with family and friends in a safe way. Recent figures showed that in 2021, only 0.1% of Covid-19 cases in Ireland were linked to outdoor transmission, underlining the importance of reconnecting with friends and family outdoors over the coming months.
Mayo County Council has been given €3,349,500 from the National Transport Authority for the provision of sustainable transport projects in Mayo.
Some €13,217,166 has been allocated for the maintenance and renewal of the road network in Westmeath.
Galway Cycling Campaign welcomes the available funding for 22 new jobs in Galway City Council as part of the government investment in expanding walking and cycling facilities all over the country.
Galway greenways are set to benefit from Government funding of €13.25 million - the largest single-year investment in greenway infrastructure in the State to date.