Extension to apply for 30kph speed limits in local estates
The closing date for applications from estates for 30kph speed limit signs to be erected has been extended until Friday October 30th.
The extension was welcomed earlier this week by local councillor Edel Corrigan.
The Sinn Féin representative said: “I would encourage all community groups and residents’ associations to make a submission to the Council and have their say. It’s your area, you are entitled to have a say on this.”
A number of submissions are currently under consideration but there is still time for local groups to have their estates considered.
“This is an opportunity for residents to have their estates included in the new 30km/hr zones so as to make residential areas as safe as possible for pedestrians, cyclists and children,” said Cllr Corrigan.
Submissions may be made in writing to Eugene McManus, Administrative Office, Infrastructure, Louth County Council, Town Hall, Dundalk before 5pm on Friday 30th October.