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Plans to build a bus corridor through Merlin Park Woods look set to be scrapped as councillors move to have the controversial proposal deleted from the Galway City Development Plan.
Galway is to gain about 5,000 jobs in the construction and related services sector over the next three years as a result of the initiatives announced on Tuesday as part of the Government Stimulus.
A new medical model which has resulted in major reductions in consultant waiting lists in the United States may be one of the keys to the reform of the health service here.
Oranmore could finally get its long awaited new trains station as construction is poised to begin as early as next October according to Fine Gael Galway West TD Brian Walsh.
Citylink has announced a new improved timetable for its direct non-stop service between Galway and Dublin. The new timetable incorporating earlier departure times of fifteen minutes means passengers can now travel between Galway and Dublin with even more ease and convenience. To help travellers remember that Citylink is now running fifteen minutes earlier, Citylink is offering 15 per cent off fares on its direct Galway to Dublin service until May 31.
Ambitions to have a light rail system operating in Galway may have been dealt a fatal blow in a new report from the Galway City Council which regards it as far too costly and advocates a new bus system for the city instead.
Learner drivers who have got used to travelling on the dual carriageway between Athlone and Kinnegad are having to seek alternative routes this week, as the section of road was upgraded to motorway status on Wednesday.
Carrigweir has been carefully designed with today’s busy lifestyles in mind. Location, design, and finish adds up to better quality of life.
Locals are being invited to make their views known on the N4 Mullingar to Longford (Roosky) road scheme, with a series of public consultation exhibitions to take place next week.
“The future growth of Galway city is in jeopardy if the Galway City Outer Bypass does not proceed,” according to Galway West TD Frank Fahey who is organising a campaign to raise public support for the controversial structure.