Following the recent request I and local residents groups and in light of the current Covid pandemic, it is the intention of the Grangegorman Development Agency and Dublin City Council to carry out a four week temporary trial of “filtered permeability” at a location close to the Clocktower on Grangegorman lower.
Given that this area is projected to have high footfall and cyclists numbers due to proximity of the University Campus, it is the Council’s intention to ensure that active mobility and public transport is optimised at this particular location and that the requirements of social distancing due the covid pandemic are adhered to.
The exact location and design is not yet confirmed, it is likely to involve a series of bollards across the carriageway which will restrict all motorised vehicles from passing the point of filtered permeability. Cyclists and pedestrians will be able to pass through the filtered permeability location.
The trial is expected to commence in the third or fourth week of June and feedback can be submitted to email@example.com
A review of the trial will be undertaken after the four weeks and based on the review and feedback, consideration will be given to extending the trial for a 12 month period.
Eoin Corrigan A/Senior Executive, Transport Advisory Group will be remotely attending the Central Area Committee meeting on Tuesday 9thand can take any questions or feedback at that time, and any other feedback is welcome firstname.lastname@example.org
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