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‘Quiet man Greenway’ route ticks all the boxes of new strategy

Wednesday, 25th July, 2018 9:54am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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‘Quiet man Greenway’ route ticks all the boxes of new strategy

Local greenway campaigners

‘Quiet man Greenway’ route ticks all the boxes of new strategy

Local greenway campaigners

EFFORTS to develop a greenway linking Athenry, Tuam and Milltown received a boost this week with the launch of the government’s Greenway Strategy that will see €53m invested in greenways across the country over the next three years.

Transport Minister Shane Ross announced the strategy last Friday in Moate, along the Athlone-Mullingar Greenway, and said he looked forward to examining the many worthwhile project proposals over the coming months.
The newly rebranded ‘Quiet Man Greenway’ proposes redeveloping the disused rail line between Athenry and Milltown, running through Tuam.

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