Call for traffic calming measures in Mayobridge

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Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Sinn Féin councillor Oksana McMahon has received a number of complaints from Mayobridge residents in regard to road safety issues in the village, particularly during rush hours.

“It’s been pointed out by the residents that a considerable amount of motorists don’t obey speed restrictions coming into the village and pose a danger to school children and members of the public who live along and use the main road.”



“I’ve contacted the PSNI and urged them to take appropriate action to ensure the enforcement of road safety measures in the village.



She added, “I have requested Department of Infrastructure, Roads to provide permanent traffic calming measures and safe pedestrian crossing in Mayobridge, which is urgently needed.”


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