10 December 2023

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Taoiseach to officially open long-awaited Moycullen bypass

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Taoiseach to officially open long-awaited Moycullen bypass

The Taoiseach is to officially open the Moycullen bypass tomorrow morning.

Leo Varadkar will cut the tape for the long-awaited 4.3km road at 9AM.

The ceremony will also be attended by Cathaoirleach of Galway County Council Liam Carroll, council Chief Executive Liam Conneally and Chief Executive of Transport Infrastructure Ireland, Peter Walsh.

Charles Wills, the Managing Director of Wills Brothers Limited, who carried out the work will also attend the ceremony

The bypass can be accessed by roundabout on either side of Moycullen, at Clydagh and Drimcong, reducing traffic through the village.

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