Tipperary Town Chamber/TIRD, March4Tipp and Jobs4Tipp have joined forces to push for Ring Road for the town. Part of that campaign is to ask every Tipperary General Election Candidate if they would support a Ring Road, if elected. There was a strong support and a very clear commitment from Fianna Fáil candidate Councillor Imelda Goldsboro and the Labour's Alan Kelly TD.
In a first-ever collaboration, Tipperary Town Chamber/TIRD, March4Tipp and Jobs4Tipp have joined forces to push for Ring Road for the town. Recognising that all political party and independent candidates are now canvassing for votes ahead of the General Election, the three groups are anxious to make the provision of a Ring Road a doorstep question for people to ask candidates about.
Some politicians are telling us to wait for a bypass and not to press for a ring road for the town. They claim that a ring road will damage our chances of getting a bypass. This article looks at the political reality of our chances of ever getting a bypass approved.
Bypass, inner relief road or ring road? A road by any other name is still a road, right? However, much depends on the type of road we get.
As pressure mounts to get the heavy traffic out of Tipperary Town, different outcomes are being proposed by different people. This has led to a number of different terms being used for solutions and it is easy to become confused about that is being proposed. This article looks at the various proposals and explains the meaning of the terms being used. Click below to have it all explained.
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