Business owners ‘over the moon’ as trial traffic reduction on Merrion Row gets go-ahead
The proposed arrangement, which cuts traffic down to one lane, would allow outdoor dining on the Georgian street
A restaurant owner based on Merrion Row in Dublin has said she is “over the moon” that a proposed reduction of traffic on the street is to be trialled in mid-May.
Gina Murphy, owner of Hugo’s Restaurant, led a campaign urging Dublin City Council to reduce the street to one lane of traffic to better facilitate outdoor dining.
She founded Business Owners and Operators of Merrion Row (BOOMR), a group comprising...
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