Tag Archives: Pedestrianisation

This morning/afternoon.

Via Dublin City Council:

Dublin City Council would like to announce that it intends to proceed with plans to make Capel Street Traffic Free, apart from deliveries between 6am and 11am.

This follows a public consultation during which 1,766 submissions were received. 91% of the submissions were in favour of the proposal. The Central Area Committee at their meeting this morning unanimously endorsed the report and proposal.

Details will be issued in the next couple of days regarding access routes and implementation date…

In fairness.

Final public consultation report here.


This morning.

Capel Street, Dublin 1.

Traffic free by May?

Only YOU can decide.

Capel Street Traffic Proposal Consulation (DCC)

This afternoon.

The pedestrianisation of two streets in Dublin city centre is being extended by four weeks, Dublin City Council has announced.

Last night, the council said on Twitter that the pedestrianisation of Capel Street and Parliament Street was due to end this weekend.

This afternoon the local authority said the trial will now run until 26 September following representations by councillors including the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alison Gilliland.


Last night.

Pedestrianisation of two Dublin streets to end this weekend (RTÉ)

This afternoon.

Dun Laoghaire, county Dublin.

Where’s the 46A, hippies?


Any excuse.

This afternoon.

Dublin City Centre.

A number of streets in Dublin city centre are pedestrianised today and tomorrow as part a trial to run for the next four weekends.

No traffic is allowed on streets in and around Grafton Street, including South Anne Street, Drury street and South William Street, from 11am to 7pm today and tomorrow. Dublin City Council said the measures were being taken to support the economic recovery of the city.

Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland


Previously: Is It Time For A Car Free South William Street?

The first day of Dublin City Council’s traffic-free trial in College Green, Dublin 2, on July 21 

Ronan Early, in The Times Ireland edition, reports:

Dublin City Council spent €17,000 renting metal barriers used during the pedestrianisation of College Green over the summer.

Vehicles were banned from Dame Street for three Sundays, July 21, 28 and August 4, as a pilot project.

…A freedom of information request by The Times has revealed that the council paid €17,000 to Actavo, the engineering services group owned by the businessman Denis O’Brien, to rent the barriers.

…Neasa Hourigan, a Green Party councillor and member of the group Streets are for People, said she could not understand why the council needed to spend almost €6,000 a day on barriers to pedestrianise a street.

Dublin council spent €17,000 on barriers for College Green pedestrianisation (The Times Ireland edition, Ronan Early)

Previously: Pedestrians Rule

Ah well.

Previously: No Plaza-ing Some People