‘Pedestrian under-passes need addressed urgently’ – Curran

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Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
Sinn Féin Councillor Brendan Curran has slammed the condition of pedestrian under passes at Courtney hill Newry. He has called on the Roads Service to address the appearance of under passes.

The pedestrian under-passes at Courtney Hill, Newry

Speaking to Newry Times, Curran stated, “Pedestrian under-passes are continuing to be neglected by the Roads Service and have been allowed to become a public eyesore at a junction where our council spends thousands of pounds of rate payer’s money to improve the appearance of the main arterial route through our city. “The issue of these tunnels and the anti social behaviour associated with them must be addressed as a matter of urgency by Roads Service. I call on the Roads Service to tidy up the appearance of the under passes to help create a neater city that will reflect the rates citizens pay.”  
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