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transport movement of people and goods, roads main mode of transport, underdeveloped, roads are winding, loop around mountains, follow paths carved through mountains, road construction expensive, region mainly rural,central transport links difficult
transport 2 public transport is impossible, low population densities, privately owned cars
roads Galway chosen as gateway, focus of transport development, connecting to Dublin, M6 motorway, galway city centralized population, traffic congestion, delayed commuting times, lac of bypass or light rail.
roads 2 Galway city bypass project, unlikely to be built, upgrades to roads in surrounding towns, e.g.N17/N18, shorten travel times, high cost of travel, recession, withdrawal of funding