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Have your say on speed limits across Westmeath

Thursday, 16th February, 2017 2:22pm

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Have your say on speed limits across Westmeath
Have your say on speed limits across Westmeath

Westmeath County Council are commencing public consultation on speed limits across the county.

Speed limits in Mullingar and surrounding areas, including the N4 at The Downs, N52 Mullingar to Delvin road, as well as surrounding villages including Tyrrellspass, Ballinalack, and Rathowen, Castlepollard, Crowenstown and Clonmellon are among those that will feature in the changes.

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) have made recommendations and are now seeking the public's view.

As part of the consultation process, An Garda Síochána will also have their say.

Notification of the proposed speed changes will be advertised in the local press.

The process must be complete by April this year.

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