12 January 2024

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Still no signs of work on section of N59 over a decade after permission granted

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Still no signs of work on section of N59 over a decade after permission granted

There’s still no sign of upgrade works on a section of the N59 between Maam Cross and Oughterard – eleven years after permission was given by An Bord Pleanála.

The latest issue appears to relate to the NPWS – the National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Máirtín Ó Catháin reports:

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