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Answering Ireland’s call

Smart city innovations are aiming to give citizens a better user experience and keep our routes flood free, reports Fiona Alston

4th March, 2018

I like to think I’m city smart. I mean, every time I’ve to hop on to the Dart for meetings in the city centre I plan accordingly. I plan for the weather, I don’t mind a little rain, I carry an umbrella, what I do mind is the constant puddle dodging, and not those on the pavement but those which are going to shower me with dirty street water every time a car or a...

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