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# Road Fatalities

Last month
May 2024
Family death notice: Hard-hitting road safety campaign launched ahead of May Bank Holiday
Last year
2023
There were no fatalities on Irish roads during the first week of December
There were 140 drivers arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
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Appeal for drivers to take care over Bank Holiday as fatalities on 'shocking' upwards trend
Number of deaths on Irish roads so far this year has now equalled the total for 2022
Call for crackdown on drug driving alongside speed limit review
Use of speed cameras to increase by 20% following 'worrying increase' in road deaths
RSA urges motorists to 'evaluate driving behaviour' as road deaths reach 100 this year
All time
2021 saw lowest number of road fatalities since recording began in 1959
Number of fatalities on Irish roads in first seven months of year down compared with last year
Gardaí voice concern over increase in road deaths
Road safety experts warn 78 more people may die on roads this year if current trends continue
'We need to remember that there are real lives, real families behind these statistics'
Road deaths for 2015 are the second lowest since records began
Private service held in Carlow for Athy crash victims
Higher child, cyclist and pedestrian road fatalities this year
Shock treatment for students at simulated crash
These are the top ten spots where drivers speed in Dublin
One man dead after stolen taxi crashes at Dublin’s North Wall Quay
Fatal Friday: 91 killed on Irish roads, don't make it 92 tomorrow
75 killed on Irish roads this year, don't be number 76 this weekend
Garda chief defends traffic corps as Byrne says "lives are at stake"
30 km/h speed limit introduced in Cork city centre
St Patrick’s Weekend road deaths up 50 per cent from last year