The issue of drivers misusing disabled spaces is an ongoing frustration for blue badge holders in the county.
THE CUILCAGH Mountain boardwalk is as big as the Giant’s Causeway in tourist terms, and should be given the same attention with regard road access and facilities. That was the message from the monthly meeting of the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council last week, where it was suggested the boardwalk had become so popular […]
Fermanagh is well prepared for any return to the arctic conditions of last week
Christmas shoppers and other commuters heading to Enniskillen over the coming weeks face further traffic headaches and lengthy waits as resurfacing work is set to commence on the A46 Lough Shore Road. The works come as Enniskillen traders welcome the latest influx of southern shoppers to Fermanagh but this has already led to tailbacks throughout […]
Motorists warned of delays and diversions and to plan their journeys.
Heavy lorries and winter flooding take their toll in Lisnaskea
Traffic wardens here issuing twice as many parking tickets
A POT HOLE on a rural road in west Fermanagh is wreaking havoc in a local community, with numerous vehicles suffering broken rims and burst tyres.
STOP/GO boards allowing two-way traffic on the Cornagrade Road will finally come into effect today (Wednesday) at the Johnston Bridge, with work to be finished ahead of schedule.
IT WOULD SEEM that relentless public pressure on Transport NI (formerly Roads Service) on the Johnston Bridge roadworks debacle in Enniskillen has paid off.