Operation to reduce collisions as clocks go back

Under a new initiative jointly promoted by Mayo County Council and An Garda Siochana – Hi Viz vests will be distributed to stations right around the County. Gardai on mobile patrol will stop and hand out vests to pedestrians and cyclists who are not properly visible at night-time, according to Mr Kevin Gately, Community Engagement […]

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Motorists asked to back off

DID YOU COMMUTE by car this morning? Notice anyone up close and personal in your rear view mirror? What is more worrying are reports of not alone are motorists been tailgated but cyclists and motorcyclists experiencing it also. Drinking and driving, speeding and the non-wearing of seat belts feature regularly in road safety campaigns as […]

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Mrs Doyle tells GAA fans to Go On and Take a Break!

Mayo County Council Road Safety is undertaking an eye-catching initiative this Bank Holiday weekend ahead of the Mayo vs Donegal Super 8s game at Elvery’s McHale Park, by getting one of Irelands own most famous housekeepers to don the county colours as she never gets tired supporting road safety. Almost 25,000 people are expected for the […]

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Please don’t be a ‘Lane Hogger’ on the motorway

The road safety offices of Mayo and Meath County Council is using the opportunity of thousands of supporters travelling to Croke Park this Sunday to highlight road safety. A Previous AA survey of 20,000 motorists found that one in three could be caught out hogging the outside lane. Noel Gibbons, Road Safety Officer, Mayo County […]

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Good Luck To Exam Students

Leaving Certificate students in Co Mayo are receiving a ‘good luck’ card via social media from Mayo County Council road safety department in a novel initiative aimed at highlighting road safety prior to exams, the examinations will take place over a 15 day period, commencing on 5th June and concluding on the 25th June. The […]

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