It’s running a public consultation on how to improve the public space along the Liffey riverfront from the Samuel Beckett Bridge to Britain Quay.
Author Archives: Claudia Dalby
Claudia Dalby is a city reporter for Dublin Inquirer. She's especially interested in stories about the southside, transport, and kids in the city. Get in touch at email@example.com.
In Ringsend, a Winter Wonderland Goes Pro
In past years, kids kept for some reason thinking Santa was someone they knew, say organisers. (Parent advisory)
BusConnects Air-Quality Data Suggests High Levels of Pollution in Phibsboro
The National Transport Authority published the data as part of its environmental-impact assessment for the city’s bus network redesign.
To Avoid Overflowing Bins, the Council Will Test More Sensors that Email Alerts When It’s Time to Empty Them
The pilot programme would also aim to reduce carbon emissions by flagging the bins that need attention, and choosing the most efficient routes to visit them.
Plan Envisions One Dublin Bike-Share App to Rule Them All
To tempt more people to use shared bikes, a draft government transport plan proposes making it easier to bounce between the city’s multiple bike-share companies.
What Can Viking Dog Bones from Under the Aungier Street Lidl Tell Us About Medieval Society?
Learning about Viking dogs is a way to connect with those who lived thousands of years ago, says Ruth Carden. “They seem so far removed.” But they also had pets.
The New Bus Routes from Ballyfermot into Town Are Worse Than the Old Ones, Councillors and Commuters Say
The new routes, part of BusConnects, aren’t yet along separated bus lanes, and traffic is making buses less dependable and slower.
In Darndale, a Community Group Supporting Parents of Children Suffering from Addiction Faces an Uncertain Future
The HSE has cut the group’s funding and is also looking to use the rooms in the building they’ve been operating from.
Council Briefs: Improving the Streets in “Grafton Quarter”, Making Fishamble Street One-Way, and Opinions on a Tourist Hostel in Crumlin
These were some of the issues Dublin city councillors discussed at a meeting of their South East Area Committee on Monday.
A Group of Women Stroll the Streets of the North Inner-City to See What Feels Unsafe, and How the Council Can Fix It
There are ways to make safer places, says Green Party Councillor Darcy Lonergan. “But instead you’re telling me, don’t go out at night.”