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Work starts to pedestrianise Dublin’s Liffey Street

Work begins on the €6.5 million Liffey Street rejuvenation scheme which puts pedestrians at the ‘heart of city life’

Caroline Conroy, the Lord Mayor of Dublin and Dermot Collins, Dublin City Council’s head of Roads Section, at the launch of the Liffey Street pedestrianisation scheme

Dublin City Council has begun work on the Liffey Street Public Realm Improvement Scheme. The total project cost is €6.5 million and will result in an enhanced and attractive pedestrian-friendly space.

“I am delighted to see work beginning on this project,” said the Lord Mayor of Dublin Caroline Conroy.

“Liffey Street provides an important link between the north and south city-centre shopping and tourist areas. I am particularly looking forward to seeing the new pedestrian ...