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Roads Legislation

1. Longford County Council, Longford Town (Coach & Disabled Parking) Draft Bye Laws 2017

In accordance with the provisions of Section 36 of the Road Traffic Act, 1994 notice is hereby given that it is the intention of Longford County Council to make Bye-Laws for the control of coach and disabled parking in the town of Longford, County Longford.

These Byelaws shall be known as Longford County Council,Longford Town (Coach and Disabled Parking) Bye-Laws 2017

Advert re Making Bye Laws Coach Stops .doc (size 32.8 KB)

Coach Stop Bye Laws .doc (size 48.6 KB)

Longford Coach Parking .pdf (size 113.8 KB)

 2. Longford County Council (Abbeyshrule) Parking  Bye -Laws 2008

Longford County Council at its meeting held on the 21st day of January 2009, in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Section 36 of the Road Traffic Act 1994, made Bye-Laws for the control of parking in Abbeyshrule in the Administrative area of Co. Longford.  These Bye-Laws apply to the cul-de-sac between the L-1103 and the Royal Canal approximately 60m north east of Webb’s Bridge, Abbeyshrule. 
The Bye-Laws, known as Longford County Council (Abbeyshrule) Parking
Bye-Laws 2008, came into force on Friday 6th March 2009.  

3. County Longford Road Traffic Special Speed Limits Bye-Laws (No1) 2007

 Longford County Council at its meeting held on the 18th day of June 2008, in accordance with Section 9 of the Road Traffic Act 2004 (No 44 of 2004) made the above Special Speed Limits Bye-Laws, specifying in respect of specified public roads or specified parts of public roads within its administrative area, the speed limit which shall be the speed limit for those roads for mechanically propelled vehicles.
The Bye-Laws are known as County Longford Road Traffic Special Speed Limits Bye–Laws (No 1) 2007 came into effect on Monday 9th March 2009.

County Longford Road Traffic (Special Speed Limits) Bye-Laws No.1 of 2007