This morning.

Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

Fingal County Council has become the first Local Authority in Ireland to launch a ‘Mobility Hub’ to “support accessible and sustainable travel “.

Via Fingal County Council

The hub comprises five parking bays with specific colour-coordinated functions including age-friendly, disabled, electric vehicle charging, bike rack (bike share and public), and car sharing.

The aim of the Mobility Hub is to encourage varied and sustainable types of transport in areas that are close to existing public transport links with high concentration of employment, housing, shopping, amenities and recreation.

Over the coming months, the Mobility Hubs will be rolled out on a phased basis across Fingal towns and villages….

Impressive move?

Or fresh restrictive madness?

Only you can decide.

Pic via Fingal Press Office


14 thoughts on “Hub Step

    1. Tringo

      Maybe those that are homeless in the that can afford s 191 reg motor
      I cannot even afford a 171 reg and work my tail off
      Ps lunch break
      Look at photo

          1. theo kretschmar schuldorff

            Won’t these colourful spaces still be occupied by any random bx with his hazards on anyway?

  1. george

    It is neither an “impressive move” nor is it “fresh restrictive madness”. It is a “sustainable travel” initiative that is mostly parking spaces. Total crap.

    There’s no basis for enforcement of the “age-friendly” or car sharing space either.


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