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#Go Safe

# go-safe - Sunday 16 February, 2020

Top 20 roads in Ireland where collisions occur are all located in Dublin, new data shows

The road with the most number of accidents is the R111 which runs between Islandbridge and Irishtown.

# go-safe - Friday 1 November, 2019

Speed camera operators plan further strike action after rejecting pay proposals

Trade union Siptu said its members employed by GoSafe are planning further industrial action on 7 November.

# go-safe - Friday 6 September, 2019

Speed camera operators vote to go on strike

Trade union Siptu said members employed by GoSafe overwhelmingly backed striking today.

# go-safe - Thursday 1 February, 2018

Gardaí aren't replacing their 'robot' speed vans - meaning fewer checks on Irish roads

It follows a recommendation from the Garda Inspectorate that the vehicles should not be replaced.

# go-safe - Wednesday 5 April, 2017

Judge dismisses Go Safe speeding cases, calling them a 'charade' and 'embarrassing'

“I am not going to waste the court’s time with these cases,” Judge Patrick Durcan said in Killaloe yesterday.

# go-safe - Monday 17 November, 2014

Speed van worker awarded €28k after petrol attack

John McDonald was dismissed from the Go Safe without first being consulted on alternative work within the company.