Wednesday, 25th May 2011
Labour Party Councillor Seamus Ryan has welcomed the news that 2 new pedestrian Crossings will be completed by mid Autumn. The new crossings are to be located at Ballybeg Drive near St Saviours GAA Club and on the Cleaboy Road. According to Cllr Ryan, who is the current chairperson of the Waterford City South Area Committee, both of these roads are particularly busy roads in the city with high volumes of traffic using the roads on a daily basis.
"The crossing at Saint Saviours GAA Club will assist the many users of both the GAA Club and St Saviours Parish Centre while the crossing on the Cleaboy Road will also make the use of that road safer for pedestrians."
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