Put out for public consultation 7 December to 20 January, the new proposed route includes some significant changes from the last version.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland is looking at putting in “sharrows”, which are road markings meant to guide cyclists across Luas tracks, it says.
The council expects companies to roll out stationless bikes in the city from April, and other transport news.
Pressure is already mounting to dispense with plans to pedestrianise College Green and create a civic plaza. That would be rash, writes a DIT transport planning lecturer.
Barbara Scully says she was stung with a fine for having a back-dated ticket, but bought a ticket from a Luas machine that same morning.
When the new Luas map was published last week, showing the Cross City line, some wondered why trams won’t carry passengers from one line to another.
Lots of the debate at a recent council meeting focused on the impact of planned city-centre transport changes. There was also a vote on “freeing” cycle lanes.
The council has begun to tweak traffic signals. The Luas should be testing ghost trains soon. And an iconic public space is finally being designed.
At several spots around the city centre, cyclists have trapped their wheels in the Luas tracks near site works, leaving them with injuries.
Barber Eddie Wykes used to both live and work in this four-storey vacant building on Upper Abbey Street. It needed to be knocked down some time ago, he says.