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Motorists urged to respect farmers on the road

The county’s road safety officer Noel Gibbons has appealed to road users to respect farmers and let them do their jobs.

Call to taxis for St. Patrick's Day campaign

Taxi drivers in Mayo are being called to take part in a road safety campaign ahead of St. Patrick's Day celebrations.

Tributes for Mayo mother's brave campaign

The county's road safety officer Noel Gibbons has paid tribute to a Mayo mother who became a public voice for families bereaved by road deaths.

Undertaker and car crash survivor to deliver hard-hitting road safety message

An undertaker and a car crash survivor are among those who will deliver a hard-hitting road safety message to Mayo teens next week.

Car crash survivor and undertaker to deliver hard-hitting road safety message

An undertaker and a car crash survivor are amongst those who will deliver a hard-hitting road safety message to Mayo teens next week.

Cyclops warning on dark Mayo roads

Mayo’s road safety officer Noel Gibbons is swooping on the hordes of cyclops, which are prowling the darkness on the county’s roads and threatening our safety.

Local road safety initiative over Christmas

Lollipops carrying a road safety message “ Never Let a Friend Walk Home Drunk” will be distributed at night clubs in Mayo over the festive season.

Mayo road safety officer urges people to drive responsibly this Christmas

Mayo County Council road safety officer, Noel Gibbons, is urging people, whether they are planning a small private gathering, office party, or a large charity event, that party hosts are responsible for making sure the event is not only fun, but safe.

Achill students get to grips with speed

Students from Tonragee primary school in Achill were trained to use speed guns similar to what gardaí use in a bid to crackdown on motorists who race past their schools. Third to sixth class pupils from Tonragee National School, aged eight to 12, joined forces with the road safety office of Mayo County Council to hold Speedwatch sessions outside their school.

Achill students get to grips with speed

Students from Tonragee primary school in Achill were trained to use speed guns similar to what gardaí use in a bid to crackdown on motorists who race past their schools. Third to sixth class pupils from Tonragee National School, aged eight to 12, joined forces with the road safety office of Mayo County Council to hold Speedwatch sessions outside their school.

 

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