These were among the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at a recent meeting of their South East Area Committee.
Why Do Some Roads Need “Refuge Islands” for Walkers?
These “refuge islands” are a symptom of wider issues around pedestrian infrastructure, walking tour guides say.
Council Briefs: Listing a Power House, a Lack of Community-Development Officers, and More
At a recent meeting of the South Central Area Committee, these were among the issues discussed – along with traffic in the Tenters/South Circular Road area.
Council Plans to Unveil New Vision for Ringsend Library Square
Some have been concerned that its been clogged with parked cars and traffic – and think the redesign could change that.
In Drimnagh, One Man Takes on the Flow of Heavy Vehicles
He rigged a phone to take a photo when a vehicle of a certain height drove past. The result? He says big lorries make an average of 70 trips by daily.
Feeding Regeneration: At Fish Shop, Flavoursome Food and Troublesome Traffic
Redrawing Dublin recently visited Fish Shop on Queen Street to try the brill and have a look at a big problem blocking the area’s regeneration: traffic.