The side gates of the Phoenix Park will close to vehicles for duration of Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions. The Office of Public Works have confirmed, today, that following a request … Continue Reading Phoenix Park side gates to close at weekends during Level 5 restrictions.
This month, I sought a further update from the Traffic & Transportation Department of Dublin City Council into the delivery of Phases 3 and 4 of the Royal Canal Greenway, … Continue Reading Royal Canal Greenway – October 2020 Update
Introduction Implementation of the COVID Mobility Programme for the City Council area continues with a continued emphasis on schools and safe zones. The recent restrictions emphasise the need to continue … Continue Reading Weekly Covid Mobility Report
9 October 2020 To the Lord Mayor and Elected Members of the City Council COVID-19 Mobility Measures Update 1. Introduction Implementation of the COVID Mobility Programme for the City Council … Continue Reading Covid Mobility Report – October 9th
The Chief Executive of Dublin City Council responded to queries I put about moving forward with Bike Bunkers at this month’s Council meeting. I am advised that the bike bunker … Continue Reading Where stands Dublin’s Bike Bunker scheme?
Dublin City Council has begun a process of public consultation in East Wall for a greening project being supported by the Government’s North-East Inner City Initiative. Personnel from the Parks … Continue Reading East Wall Greening Project Consultation underway
Dublin City Council will, this week, continue its programme of road resurfacing works which is being funded by the Government. As you know, I have already ensured that Murtagh Road … Continue Reading Inner City Roads Improvement & Pedestrian safety works
2 October 2020 To the Lord Mayor and Elected Members of the City Council COVID-19 Mobility Measures Update 1. Introduction Implementation of the COVID Mobility Programme for the City Council area continues … Continue Reading Weekly COVID-19 Mobility Measures Update
The City Engineer is bringing before the Council a report on Monday evening next detailing the status of four City Council cycling projects that have planning approval and of the … Continue Reading Cycle Projects – Update
Last week saw the publication by the National Transport Authority of its finalised Dublin Area Bus Network as part of the BusConnects project. This part of BusConnects relates solely to … Continue Reading New Dublin Area Bus Network published.
Dublin City Council in conjunction with the National Transport Authority are proposing to install four new pedestrian crossings on the north western corner of Mountjoy Square. The works will be … Continue Reading New road safety measures at Mountjoy Square.
1. IntroductionImplementation of the COVID Mobility Programme for the City Council area continues with an emphasis now on schools following their re-opening. The recent move to Level 3 restrictions emphasises … Continue Reading DCC Covid Mobility Report, September 25th.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Dublin City Council in conjunction with the National Transport Authority and various agencies and stakeholders have put in place measures to enhance mobility and … Continue Reading Weekly City Council Covid Mobility Update – September 11th 2020.
Dublin City Council is proposing to extend the area of the 30km/h speed limit. Bye-laws to legislate for this change, the Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws, 2020 (COVID19), were presented to … Continue Reading Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws, 2020 (COVID19) Public Consultation underway
The Chief Executive of Dublin City Council provided myself and other Councillors with an update on the Covid-19 Mobility Measures that are being implemented across the city. One of those … Continue Reading Update on Grangegorman traffic trial – July 2020
The KN Group on behalf of Dublin City Council are working on the construction of the ‘build-outs’ as part of the Oxmantown Road Traffic Scheme. These works are a result … Continue Reading Oxmantown Road Traffic Scheme – Works Progressing