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Sligo County Council has committed to carrying out a survey of a section of the N17 after serious safety concerns have been raised regarding the Castleoye and Temple House crossroads.   The speed limit in the area has been reduced to 80km however it’s thought that more measures are needed…

The expected publication of the emerging preferred corridor for the N17 Knock to Collooney route has been delayed.   Sligo County Council has issued an update as it relates to the project.   The N17 Knock to Collooney Atlantic Economic Corridor is progressing through the Option Selection Process.   It…

There are genuine fears that there will be a tragedy at a junction leading onto the N17 in Sligo.   It’s understood that there have already been several minor crashes at the junction which is the turn off to Ballymote.   Sligo County Council has agreed to work with the…

Today is the final day for people to submit their views on proposed routes for the N17 Knock to Collooney route. 13 options are available for public consultation until 5pm this evening under Phase 2 of the plans. The proposed route is currently in the Planning and Design stage which…

Campaigners for a safe crossing over the N4 in Collooney are calling for a pedestrian bridge to be included in any plans of the proposed N17 Knock to Collooney route. A shortlist of options is available for public consultation. Sinn Fein Councillor Thomas Healy says Collooney is divided by the…

The proposed routes for the N17 Knock to Collooney route are now available for public viewing. People can see the options online and they will also be displayed at Sligo County Council’s County Hall in  Riverside in Sligo Town and in Teach Laigne in  Tubbercurry. A controversial option going through…

The next public consultation on the N17 Road projects is likely to take place this summer.   521 submissions were received by the local authority up to the closing date of the 15th of January this year.   Each submission has been reviewed and checked by various experts dealing with…