11 July 2024

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County Council to consider traffic lights at Ballyshrule Bridge near Portumna

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County Council to consider traffic lights at Ballyshrule Bridge near Portumna

Galway County Council is to consider installing traffic lights at Ballyshrule Bridge near Portumna.

A meeting this week heard that the bridge, on the Portumna-Woodford Road, is the scene of regular scrapes and broken wing mirrors.

Fianna Fail Councillor Ivan Canning said it is a concern to locals and asked if traffic lights might be a possibility.

He says something has to be done.

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