Scenes in Shannon over the past week have been equated with “The Wild West”.
Repairs are to be carried out to the digital display sign at Cratloe along the R462.
An extension of the winter maintenance programme to include a section of road approaching a Newmarket-on-Fergus school has been sought by Clare representatives.
A safer design at the entrance of one of Shannon’s biggest graveyards and crematoriums has been sought.
Motorists and homeowners in Newmarket-on-Fergus are “incensed” over the lack of progress made at a road junction which one councillor called “the most dangerous road junction in Ireland”.
Flood damage for South Clare residents needs to be included as part of insurance cover, a Clare councillor has stated.
Rolling temporary speed limits are to be introduced outside Clonmoney National School.
A Clare councillor has warned that “a major accident” is on the cards if a slip road joining the dual-carriageway is not extended.
Safety barriers are needed outside the premises of a busy Newmarket-on-Fergus take away, a county councillor has stated.
Renewed calls have been voiced for the surrounds of Shannon Town Utd to be made safer.