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06 Oct 2022

UPDATED: Councillor says road traffic lights on the Tullow Road 'now back working'

The lights are just up from the Lidl

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The issue has been fixed

The road traffic lights issue on the Tullow Road has been resolved after the lights were out of action for a period of time due to a control unit failure. 

Cllr Fintan Phelan on Thursday morning confirmed that they are now back working and said: "Thanks again for getting in touch on this, I have been onto the Council a number of times to get it done as soon as possible, they are now back working."

According to Cllr John Cassin, the traffic lights had been out of action since September 14. 

Speaking at the time, he said: "This time the issue is a control unit has critically failed. A new unit is ordered and expect it will be fitted by the end of the week or early next week."

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