14 April 2023

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Ballyglunin-Laraghmore survey finds almost a third of locals are commuting to city

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Ballyglunin-Laraghmore survey finds almost a third of locals are commuting to city

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Early results from the Ballyglunin-Laraghmore community survey has found that almost a third of locals are commuting to the city.

The survey was launched at the beginning of March, to gather opinions on issues such as public transport and broadband access.

Over 200 people participated in the survey, with full results due in May, which will inform a development plan for the next 3 to 5 years.

Local committee member, Jane Maher, explains what is interesting about some of the early findings:

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