Dublin Port Tunnel; from a report by the Environmental Protection Agency on the Urban Environmental Indicators – Nitrogen Dioxide levels in Dublin released yesterday
Social Democrats tweetz:
EPA report records high air pollution at Dublin Port Tunnel entrance/exit. @trishroesocdems says residents assured during consultation phase that noxious fumes wouldn’t be released into residential areas. Now 800 new homes proposed beside exit at Laurence lands/Oscar Treanor site
The EPA can be read in full here
Dublin traffic pollution poses public health risk – EPA (RTE)
The M1 citybound has been hit by long delays after a collision involving some lorries at the entrance to the Dublin Port Tunnel.
The incident occurred at 7.40am and one man has been taken to hospital.
Four fire engines and two ambulances were called to the scene.
All three southbound lanes remain closed and drivers are being asked to divert to the R139 and Malahide Rd or M50 and Ballymun Rd.
Long delays on M1 after lorries collide near Port Tunnel (RTÉ)
Is that a 23% increase for etoll & port tunnel? Like they aren’t making enough…
Previously: Dublin’s East Link Bridge toll to be cut after Vat ruling (Irish Times, April 1)