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Road Safety offices from Local Authorities across the North West, Midlands and North East of the country have joined forces to launch the very first TikTok Mic Drop Road Safety competition.
Strides – or accelerations – are a staple of almost every secondary school, university, and professional running team.
The road safety office in Mayo County Council continues its campaign towards road safety this weekend by conveying a special Valentine's Day message to road users.
The National Transport Authority has today announced allocations totalling €11.86m for 33 sustainable transport projects in Galway city. €240m in funding has been announced nationally for 468 sustainable transport projects in 12 local authority areas as part of the National Investment Fund. This year’s allocations have increased by just over €130m as compared to last year’s and will support the addition of 233 new projects to the NTA’s investment programme in 2021.
With public transport likely to be a "reduced option for many commuters for the foreseeable future", now is the time to reignite plans to develop a cycle lane for Salthill, along the area's iconic promenade.
Autobest has awarded Toyota with the SAFETYBEST 2020 prize for the development and fitment of centre airbags in the new Yaris, a first in the European B-segment.
The Galway City Council is inviting public feedback on a new sustainable transport corridor which will link University Road with the Dublin Road via the city centre.
As we prepare to gain an extra hour’s sleep this weekend, with the clocks going back at 2am on Sunday, October 25, the days are getting shorter as darkness falls earlier.
Proposals for upgrade works for the N59 between Glenlo Abbey to Killeen will be submitted for approval by An Bord Pleanála before the end of the year.
Noting the dangers presented to pedestrians by cyclists who are regular users of footpaths as they make their journeys, Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has noted an upsurge of complaints pertaining to this issue in recent times.