A new review of speed limits covering all 5 thousand kilometres of roads across Co. Tipperary are expected to go on public display from next Wednesday, October 19th, 2016.
This review undertaken by Mr Marcus O’Connor (Tipperary Director of Services, Local Authority Roads Section), is in accordance with Section 9 of the Road Traffic Act 2004.
Draft Tipperary County Council Road Traffic Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2017; (same having been prepared to include proposals to reduce speed limits in all housing estates to 30 kilometres an hour), will be available for inspection during normal office hours, [9.30 a.m. to 4.30 pm, excluding Bank Holidays], from Wednesday 19th October to Friday 18th November 2016 (both dates inclusive), at the following locations: –
Templemore-Thurles Municipal District Office, Slievenamon Road, Thurles.
Nenagh Municipal District Office, Civic Offices, Limerick Road, Nenagh.
Clonmel Borough District Office, Civic Offices, Emmet Street, Clonmel.
Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District Office, New Street, Carrick-on-Suir.
Cashel-Tipperary Municipal District Office, Rosanna Road, Tipperary Town.
All Draft Bye-Laws and accompanying maps will also be available to view online during this time period.
Any future submissions/observations on these same Draft Bye-Laws can be made by the public: –
(A) By completing a submission form to go online at www.tipperarycoco.ie.
(B) By post marked “Tipperary County Council Traffic Speed Limit Bye-Laws” to Administrative Officer, Roads Section, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Limerick Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary.
Note: The latest date for receipt of submissions & observations regarding proposed Bye-Laws, will remain strictly Friday 18th November 2016 at 4.30pm.
The male occupant of a vehicle has died following a tragic accident at around 2.00am in North Tipperary this morning.
The sole occupant of the vehicle; a man believed to be in his 30’s, died when his car left the road and struck a fence on the N52 near Ardcroney, Nenagh, Co Tipperary.
The unfortunate victim was pronounced dead at the accident scene and his body has been removed to University Hospital in Limerick.
The road remained closed this morning, at the crash scene, pending forensic collision investigations, with diversions fully in place.
This tragic death today brings to 12 the number of people who have died on Tipperary’s roads to-date this year
Anyone with information in relation to the incident is asked to contact Nenagh Garda Station on Tel: 067-50450, the Garda Confidential Telephone Line on 1800-666-111, or indeed any Garda station.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
A female in her 20’s has lost her life today after the vehicle in which she was travelling collided with a truck here in Co Tipperary.
The tragic accident happened shortly after 12 noon on the M8, northbound lane, between junction 9 (Cashel) and junction 10 (Cahir North) at Dogstown, NewInn.
Two females passengers in the vehicle, understood to be aged in their 50s, were brought; one to University Hospital Limerick by Air Ambulance, while the second is being treated at nearby South Tipperary General Hospital in Clonmel. Thankfully the driver of the truck was uninjured.
The M8 northbound between junction 9 and 10 remained restricted to just one lane this afternoon, as forensic collision investigations were being carry out. Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the incident.
Today’s unfortunate death brings to 11 the number of people who have died on Tipperary’s roads to-date this year, while deaths nationally have now risen to 124. Based on official statistics from the Gardaí; compared with last year this latest fatality increases to 20 the number of road deaths, when compared to the same period last year when 104 deaths were recorded.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis.
A male in his mid 20’s has died, following a tragic road crash, close to the village of Poulmucka on the R687 New Inn – Barne Cross (Clonmel) road in Co. Tipperary, in the early afternoon today.
The victim is understood to have lost his life around 1.30pm, when his vehicle left the road on a bad bend, while travelling on the Clonmel side of Poulmucka. It is understood the driver was unaccompanied, and was pronounced dead at the scene. Customary local diversions were put in place, while a technical examination was carried out by Gardaí.
Today’s fatality brings to ten, the number of people killed on Tipperary’s roads so far for just 7 months of this year. This number shows an increase of 6 more deaths, when compared with the 12 month period of 2015. Statistics published recently by the National Road Safety Authority (RSA), indicate that to-date 109 people have lost their lives on Irish roads since the start of 2016.
Presently Gardaí are appealing for persons who may have travelled on this stretch of roadway between 1.00pm and 2.00pm today, to contact them directly at Cahir Garda Station Tel: 052-7445630, or the Garda Confidential Telephone Line Tel: 1800 666 111 or indeed any Garda Station.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.