Parnell Street, Rotunda, Dublin 1
Lord Wilmore writes:
Everyday I see these guys next to Cineworld, ready to pull in to the taxi rank outside the back of Penney’s on Parnell Street. it’s a double yellow and a cycle lane!
I‘ve never seen a clamper go anywhere near them.
Either let the cycle lane be used or get rid of it. I’m tired of whizzing in and out of lanes on my rothar!
Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4
Ruadhán MacEoin writes:
Happening now…No fatalities or serious injuries afaik…
Unspecified estate, Dublin.
Sure it’s grand. Not only forcing mothers with prams on to the road but blocking the view of cars leaving their estate…
Yesterday: Go Ahead, Make My Way
Today, members of the Disability Federation of Ireland are placing stickers on objects that block footpaths.
The drive is to create awareness of the rarely seen issues that disabled people across Ireland encounter every day.
Disability Federation of ireland
The stickers in full effect around Dublin city.
Pavilions Shopping Centre, Malahide Road, Swords, County Dublin.
Parked across 1.5 disabled bays…
Galway Cathedral car park, County Galway
Padzer Murfy writes:
Ze German engineering at its absolute finesht.
Hawkins Street, Dublin 2
Ropb Loughlin writes:
Can’t get wheelchair, pram or ‘buggy’ by here…
Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1
Kevin O writes:
Taking up the path for 15 minutes unloading for Wynn’s Hotel, no space for pedestrians nevermind buggies or wheelchairs.