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More calls for bilingual signage on motorway

Wednesday, 14th November, 2018 10:02am
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More calls for bilingual signage on motorway
More calls for bilingual signage on motorway

By Robert Grace

TUAM area representatives have decided to write to Ministers Shane Ross and Sean Kyne concerning the confusion being caused by all-Irish signage on the motorway for Gaeltacht areas.
Currently signs for Irish speaking areas are presented as Gaeilge without any English translation, causing some confusion for people lacking a cúpla focal, and particularly for tourists.

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