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Leitrim Superintendent doesn't foresee traffic issues due to Carrick pedestrianisation

Jul 2, 2021 15:07 By Shannonside News
Leitrim Superintendent doesn't foresee traffic issues due to Carrick pedestrianisation Leitrim Superintendent doesn't foresee traffic issues due to Carrick pedestrianisation
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The bollards will be erected from 6pm this evening until 8am on Monday morning

Gardai in Carrick-on-Shannon do not expect that the pedestrianisation of the town centre from this evening will make any substantial difference to traffic in the town.

Bollards will be put in place from 6pm this evening until 8am as part of a three-month trial of making the town centre car-free.

Superintendent Chris Grogan is urging people who will be coming to Carrick to use local car parks at the rear of the Bush Hotel, Flynn's Field or along by the River Shannon.

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He says that making the town centre car-free should make no difference to traffic on the N4:

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