Galway managers still confident of green light for city bypass
Planning managers in Galway are confident that its proposed outer city bypass can still go ahead by using a different planning application process.
Planning managers in Galway are confident that its proposed outer city bypass - which suffered a setback at a European Court last week - can still go ahead by using a different planning application process.
The project, which has been in planning for seven years and has already cost €14 million, is considered a vital cog in relieving the city's serious traffic congestion problems.
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