Businesses seek extended pedestrian zone in Dublin

Over 50 businesses in Dublin's south city centre are backing a proposal to enlarge the pedestrian zone in the area. The Dublin2Walk plan proposes the expansion of the pedestrian zone to the west of

8th January, 2012
Businesses seek extended pedestrian zone in Dublin
Philip O'Donoghue, manager of South William Space on South William Street in Dublin. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Over 50 businesses in Dublin's south city centre are backing a proposal to enlarge the pedestrian zone in the area. The Dublin2Walk plan proposes the expansion of the pedestrian zone to the west of Grafton Street through full and partial pedestrianisation of a number of streets, while still allowing traffic to feed into car parks in the area.

The plan would involve the pedestrianisation of Dame Court and Fade Street, of South William Street from...

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