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With the winter season upon us, Mayo County Council is urging drivers to always drive to the prevailing weather conditions in order to keep safe on the roads throughout the county.
A bitesize look at what was discussed at the October meeting of Mayo County Council.
Mayo County Council is calling on all landowners, farmers and householders to ensure their roadside hedges and overhanging trees and vegetation in rural and urban areas be cut back from footpaths and at junctions so that motorists, cyclists and pedestrians can travel safely on roads around the county. The hedge cutting season is open since September 1.
A 'Watch out for chips' warning has gone out to drivers in Mayo as an €18.8m million roads surface dressing and strengthening programme gets under way.
Councillors in the West Mayo Municipal District have called for some works to be done at Barley Hill, between Newport and Westport, before a life is lost on the road there.
Motorists are being advised to pay attention to new speed limit signage erected on Mayo roads. Changes have been made to speed limits throughout Mayo with a view to improving road safety.
Minister Michael Ring has confirmed that the Government has allocated €22,355,208 for the improvement and maintenance of roads in Mayo in 2019 including €700,000 for Clongullane Bridge on the N26 between Swinford and Foxford.
Mayo County Council will need all the time up to the July 31 deadline given by An Bord Pleanála to supply further information in relation to the Cloongullane Bridge realignment scheme.
Mayo County Council will be rolling out its community hedge cutting fund again this year after a successful debut last year.