Another traffic light system will be put in place at Lower Main Street Letterkenny next week as Irish Water works progress in the area.From Monday 7th October, a three-way traffic light control will be placed at the Lower Main Street Roundabout. This is expected to last between one and one and a half weeks.Traffic on Oldtown Road and the Lower Main Street has had significant disruption this year due to pipe laying works under the Letterkenny Sewerage Scheme. Local residents and businesses had hoped that traffic lights would not return until after Christmas, however Irish Water say that works along R250 near the Old Town Bridge Roundabout have progressed quicker than anticipated.The ongoing pipe laying and reinstatement works outside Old Dunnes Stores will be completed by Monday, before Phase 8 begins at Lower Main Street.Irish Water has confirmed that the next set of traffic lights will be manually operated during working and peak hours (Monday-Sunday).Once Phase 8 is complete, the 9th and 10th Phases will be carried out across the Convent Road Junction. This will involve another set of temporary traffic lights. The Lower Main Street of Letterkenny is one of the town’s busiest areas at key times of the day – during school mornings and in the evenings. Irish Water has confirmed that no works will be allowed in the area during the peak Christmas period from mid-November to mid-January.More delays for busy Letterkenny junction as traffic lights to return was last modified: October 4th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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The fate of 279 candidates contesting in five Lok Sabha and 35 Assembly constituencies in Odisha was sealed in electronic voting machines in the second phase of elections on Thursday.Three persons were killed and several incidents of poll violence were reported in many parts of the State. A nonagenarian died while waiting to cast his vote at Kansamari village under the Sanakhemundi Assembly segment of Aska.Technical glitches prevented people from casting their votes in some areas. The Chief Electoral Officer, on the basis of reports of the Returning Officers, recommended re-poll in six booths in Sundargarh, Kandhamal and Bargarh Lok Sabha seats as people were unable to vote till noon.The BJP candidate in the Sorada Assembly seat, Nilamani Bisoi, flung an EVM to the floor and broke it in Renti village. Ganjam Collector Vijay Amruta Kulange said the incident will be reported to the CEO and a police complaint will be filed.“About 64% voter turnout has been reported from five Lok Sabha seats. Polling percentage is likely to go up,” said Surendra Kumar, Odisha CEO, at a press conference here. In 2014, the average poll percentage in five Lok Sabha constituencies that went to the poll on Thursday was 72.46%. Of the 76.93 lakh voters, 6.22% were first-time voters.“Despite Wednesday’s Maoist violence in Kandhamal, elections were held in all Maoist-affected regions in the State,” said Bijay Kumar Sharma, in-charge Director General of Police.Prominent candidates in the second phase of polls are Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram, Leader of the Opposition Narasingh Mishra, BJP general secretary Suresh Pujari, two-time BJD MP Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo and Pramilla Bisoi, a grassroots-level woman self-help group leader who was picked by the BJD for the Aska Lok Sabha seat.Villages boycott pollsOver 20 villages boycotted the elections over lack of basic amenities, connectivity and the distance to the polling booths.Residents of Bhainsapalli village under Balangir Lok Sabha seat did not come to vote till noon in support of a unique demand. They wanted the nearby railway station to be named after their village. They agreed to exercise their franchise after a local tehsildar rushed to the village and talked to them.
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