One of the problems when you do cycle lanes without planning permissions or EIAs is you get (for example) low-grade concrete kerbs along one of the few intact stretches of Dublin’s quays (and tbf outside Village’s office!) https://t.co/EnnmG4dl8h
— Village Magazine (@VillageMagIRE) November 19, 2020
Free the cheap, ugly lanes.
Our high court challenge against An Bord Pleanála's decision to grant planning permission for the Connolly Quarter development has been successful. https://t.co/6cXwOAq1Fr
— Dublin Cycling Campaign (@dublincycling) November 19, 2020
Wont somebody think of the Sea Gulls….
I guess they have to structurally be able to withstand trucks driving over them
Are they the same as the psycho gulls..? There will be rich pickings either way as accidents aplenty await as the speed merchant (psycho) cyclists pass (knock over) the more sedate pedlars… it’s only a matter of time..
They didn’t do an Environmental Impact Study before changing parking spaces into a cycle lane?
No planning or EIA needed…once again Village mag has no idea what its on about
What they’re saying is “that’s where the problem lies”
Well, ill take it, rather than years of nonsense from owners of parking lots and anti-cycling nuts. The quays are lethal for cycling.
A left to right hierarchy of species on the North quays (inc. boardwalk):
Bus passengers, motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, junkies, gulls.
I guess the Village will have to park elsewhere.