Pedestrianisation is key to linking main shopping areas

Some of the busiest streets in Dublin are likely to be pedestrianised in tandem with plans to build the Metro North rail line.

2nd May, 2009

Some of the busiest streets in Dublin are likely to be pedestrianised in tandem with plans to build the Metro North rail line.

Traffic lanes at Westmoreland Street and O’Connell Bridge are likely to be reduced within a year, initially for Metro North construction and then as pedestrianised areas for Metro and Luas tram stops. Dublin City Council wants to create better pedestrian links between the O’Connell Street and Grafton Street areas....

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