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Transport

Funding announced for road projects in Kenmare

ALMOST €13 million will be invested in Kerry’s regional and local road networks under a national tranche of €298 million for 2016. The announcement of the funding allocation by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe, will allow Kerry County Council to plan its work programme for the year.

Minister must act to protect ‘Open Skies’ deal to benefit Cork Airport

CORK South-West election candidate Margaret Murphy O’Mahony has expressed serious concern about the possible delay to the introduction of Cork-to-Boston flights under the 2007 ‘Open Skies’ agreement. A low-cost airline is due to operate flights from Cork to the US from May but now the deal in jeopardy.

Commitment to Macroom bypass called into question as N22 funding cut

FIANNA Fáil General Election candidate for Cork North-West Cllr Aindrias Moynihan has revealed that the Government has allocated less money to the Macroom Bypass for next year.??When the Transport Infrastructure Ireland allocations were announced just before Christmas the Macroom Bypass was allocated €3.8m for 2016. This is a reduction on what was allocated for the bypass in 2014 and 2015 and it casts doubt on the Government’s commitment to the

Have your say on speed limit review

WEST Cork Sinn Fein Cllr Paul Hayes is calling on the public to contact the county council to highlight roads they feel need their speed limit reviewed. “Road safety and in particular the dangers of speeding drivers are a constant concern for road users. Many of the accidents on our roads are caused by motorists driving inappropriately fast on roads not suitable for such speeds,” he said.

Bandon event highlights importance of cycle safety

A ROAD safety information event, and cycle workshop was held at the Riverview Shopping Centre, Bandon recently. This event was organised by Garda Damian White, Community Garda Bandon, with assistance from Niamh Sammon, Operations Manager, Riverview Shopping Centre, Karen McCarthy the Road Safety Authority Education Officer, and Ruth Bullough and Katie Mann from Cycle Sense.

Cork County Council leads Cork Airport marketing supports

CORK County Council has confirmed that it has committed a sum of €100,000 to support a cooperative marketing programme with Cork Airport aimed at maximising the opportunity for inbound tourism arising from the ongoing route developments at the airport.

County Mayor welcomes Cityjet Cork to London City flights that commence this week  

THE Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr John Paul O’Shea has this week welcomed the commencement of the CityJet Cork-London City flights from Cork Airport. Welcoming the Cork to London City service, Mayor O’ Shea said, “This new service which commences this Thursday from Cork Airport offers the people of Cork a direct flight into the heart of London city within one hour.