Local Fianna Fáil TD and Minister of State Anne Rabbitte has welcomed this year’s allocation of €19,491,646 for National Roads and Greenways in Galway.

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The funding was announced as part of a total of over €500 million allocated to National Roads and Greenways nationwide.

The allocations will be made to local authorities across the country through Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII).

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Minister Rabbitte said:

The substantial new funding allocated is hugely important for National Roads and Greenways here in Galway.

It is part of the government’s investment in improving our national roads and greenways infrastructure.

It will help ensure that our roads are safe, reliable and accessible for everyone who uses them.

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A top priority of Fianna Fáil in Government is continuing to invest in the maintenance and improvement of our road network to make it as safe as possible while improving regional connectivity and supporting regional economic development.

Continued investment in greenways is welcome, as they protect important habitats and provide corridors for people and wildlife.

They help improve air and water quality and provide enjoyable and safe options for transportation, which reduces air pollution, so it is important they continue to receive appropriate investment.

You can access more information on the funding allocated here.

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