19 April 2023

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Tuam gets own high-velocity patching machine for potholes

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Tuam gets own high-velocity patching machine for potholes

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The Tuam area now has its own high velocity patching unit to fill in potholes in the area.

The machine will cater for the entire Tuam area, and will not be used in other municipal districts.

It was confirmed the machine was bought by the Tuam engineering team at a recent MD meeting.

Councillor Andrew Reddington says it’s a huge step forward in improving road infrastructure in the area:

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