NRA warned council about M50 chaos

The National Roads Authority (NRA) warned Dublin City Council 12 months ago that its plan to ban heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) from the city centre was based on poor research and could lead to chaos for commuters on the M50.

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Ian Kehoe

10th February, 2007

The National Roads Authority (NRA) warned Dublin City Council 12 months ago that its plan to ban heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) from the city centre was based on poor research and could lead to chaos for commuters on the M50.

The NRA wrote to the council last February stating that there was a ‘‘significant knowledge gap in the decision-making process’’ in relation to the council’s HGV policy. It asked for the ban on trucks to be...

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