10 January 2024

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New traffic management plan for Tuam could be year away

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New traffic management plan for Tuam could be year away

A new traffic management plan for Tuam is badly needed – but a meeting’s been told it could be a year away.

The current plan has been in place for years and a meeting of Tuam Councillors this week heard that it’s fast becoming unfit for purpose.

Kevin Dwyer reports:

 

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