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# Roads

This month
June 2024
Cycle lane bollards were removed and dumped in a garden before fatal crash in Dublin
Last month
May 2024
New e-scooter laws mean electric scooter rental schemes can now be legal in Irish cities
This year
Harris and RSA commit to returning average wait time for driving tests to 10 weeks
John O'Brien: We had a road safety policing model that worked, what went wrong?
John O'Brien
'Extraordinary engineering': €215m Dunkettle interchange revamp officially opens today
The new development includes four roundabouts and multiple links between the N8, the N25, and the N40.
'A terrible loss': Three young people killed in Co Carlow road crash named locally
Another passenger in the car, a man in his 20s, was taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
The crash occurred at around 11.30pm last night, Wednesday, on the N80 at Leagh on the Wexford Road.
Father Tom Little, a priest in the area, went to the scene late last night.
He said it's a "terrible loss".
One person arrested every hour for drink or drug-driving over Christmas
Last year
Tolls on the M50, Port Tunnel and eight national roads will increase again on 1 January
Government approves plans to accelerate Adare Bypass construction ahead of 2027 Ryder Cup
Man charged over crash that killed nine-year-old boy in Donegal
One person killed and a second injured in Clare motor rally
Massive overhaul of Irish speed limits will see 30 km/h maximum on many roads
Book of condolence opened in Co Wexford for Irish couple killed in Rome road crash
No deadline in place for lowering of speed limits, says McEntee
Shock road safety adverts of the past weren't liked — but they were effective, says Taoiseach
Greens see red over Varadkar's remarks on roads and rail plan
Varadkar and Ryan diverge over whether rail review makes case for more road investment
Tolls to increase across the country as TII insists rises are necessary to improve road network
Ministers express unease over underspend on national roads projects
Transport Minister has had no engagement with toll companies despite Cabinet colleague claims
What roads will be closed as Biden attends his first events in the Republic?
All time
Opinion: In a cold snap our footpaths and cycle lanes should also be gritted by councils
Dr Emma Howard
Deferring toll price hikes by six months will first need agreement by all 8 operators, says TII
Taoiseach says transport minister examining 'how best to deal' with rise in toll charges
Eamon Ryan ‘reluctant’ to tackle toll increases if it takes funding from road maintenance
Gardai seek witnesses of Wexford hit and run on early Saturday morning
Woman in her 80s dies in Cork road collision
Woman in her 90s dies after Mayo crash as four others are injured
More than 1,000 drivers caught speeding on Irish roads over the weekend
Driver killed as car crashes into ditch and goes on fire near Enniscorthy
Govt to pay up to 70% of inflation-related construction costs on State projects
Man in his 60s dies in single-vehicle crash in Wexford
Two killed in single-car crash overnight in Roscommon
Transport Minister launches speed limit appeals procedure and Shared Space signs
'We have to pull the brake': Wales has suspended building roads for the climate. Should Ireland?
Poll: Should Ireland suspend building roads for the climate?
Gardaí catch 316 motorists speeding during first eleven hours of National Slow Down Day
Male pedestrian dies in crash on M7 motorway in Kildare
Motorcyclist dies following collision in Co Louth
Local needs? Or national priorities? The problem with building new roads in Ireland