Wednesday September 23, 2020

Traffic measures to combat gridlock

Wireless cameras, mobile road warning signs and better media co-operation are the key elements of a new emergency response plan, designed to deal with traffic incidents that are causing havoc on the roads in Dublin.

9th December, 2006

Dublin City Council and the emergency services are undergoing an audit of emergency response plans in a bid to cut reaction times to problems on the M50, around the city and on other main arteries in and out of the capital.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that a number of extra measures will be introduced in a bid to reduce the congestion, as well as the traffic gridlock caused by collisions and other incidents...

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