Dublin traffic plan proposes banning cars from key city streets

Cars will be banned from key streets in Dublin city centre in a radical new transport plan to make the capital more cycle and pedestrian friendly.

Some €150m is to be spent over the next eight years on shutting areas such as College Green, Westmoreland Street, Suffolk Street and Bachelors Walk to motorists.

The proposals are part of the Dublin City Centre Transport Study, launched today by The National Transport Authority and Dublin City Council. Read article

2 thoughts on “Dublin traffic plan proposes banning cars from key city streets”

  1. Not before time; central Dublin has been completely car-centric for far too long and is so much less of a city than it could have been; let’s hope it all happens – and soon

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