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County Council to receive €400,000 to fix roads

Roads across Co. Galway will undergo works following confirmation that the county will receive funding of over  €400,000 from Transport Infrastructure Ireland.

Galway County Council will get €414,117 to facilitate the essential works related to drainage, road strengthening and repairs to footpaths.

Among the Galway roads to benefit from the funding will bet the N65 at Gortymadden, the N84 Headford to Shrule, the N67 at Kinvara, the N83 at Tuam, the N63 at Mountbellew and the N17 Tuam to Milltown.

Minister Ciaran Cannon welcomed the funding, and said: “All of these roads are an important aspect of daily life for the communities and motorists who use them in addition to visitors to the region and I`m pleased that this funding will ensure the undertaking of these important maintenance works.”

Michael Malone
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