Donegal County Council says there are no plans to introduce a one-way system at Horn Head, despite concerns the road is too narrow.
Earlier this week, a landowner in the area raised concerns about the lack of visible signs, and the suitability of the road for what’s been a significant increase in traffic.
Donegal County Council is reminding poeple the Horn Head route on the Wild Atlantic Way is a two-way public road.
It’s after a farmer who lives in the area recently raised concerns about increasing volume of traffic on the road during the summer months, and the narrowness of the road.
The council says it is aware there may be a tendency for tourist traffic to tour the Route in a clockwise direction, however, the road is not one way.
A statement adds in recent years, the road service has created a number of pull in areas and laybys in an attempt to enhance traffic flow along the Route.
The Council says it will check existing signage for instances of unauthorised removal or damage, but have no plans at this stage to introduce a one way system.