M18 Galway/Limerick

TRANSPORT Infrastructure Ireland will meet with local landowners today to discuss plans for a new M18  service station.

TII have been working with landowners in the Newmarket on Fergus area for the past couple of years on the planned development.

The public consultation meeting will take place from 4.30pm to 8pm this evening at the Inn at Dromoland.

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