Department of Transport, Leeson Street, Dublin 2
Richard Boyd Barrett TD, Brid Smith TD and Paul Murphy TD highlighting what they describe as the transport minister Shane Rosss “astonishing silence and indifference” over the current bus dispute in the capital.
Transport Minister Shane Ross at a road safety promotion in Garda headquarters.
For the 48 hours that are in it.
John Moore, of Dun Laoghaire-based design agency Clickworks, writes:
Sad day for the 46A. No Summer in Dublin….
A mere bagatelle.
Earlier: Three Come Along At Once
Looking for a decent priced, single speed fixie?
Graham White of Dublin-based Funked Up writes:
To coincide with the current Dublin Bus strike, Dublin bike manufacturers Funked Up are offering a large range of urban commuter bikes knocked down in price to only €199 until close of business Friday, September 9.
Dublin customers can also avail of a direct to office delivery to help them beat the traffic Order one of their clearance bikes before 3pm Thursday or Friday and your bike will be delivered straight to your office, fully built and ready to ride, by close of business. Check availability here
We’re classifying Dublin City Centre as anywhere between the canals, east of Heuston Station – If you’ve any questions please give us a shout on (01) 531 2932 or email Info@FunkedUpFixies.com
Funked Up Fixies
Irish-made stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘Irish-made stuff’
Full-sized zoomable version here.
For all commuters out there, your options are limited unless you are lucky enough to live near the Luas or a train line. I will be posting updates here daily as the strike progresses.
Download map here