Tolls and vehicle bans to work towards lower levels of car use
New coalition agreement aims to get more people out of cars and switch to public transport, cycling or walking
Motorists are facing the prospect of more tolls and bans from driving on certain streets, under plans by the new government to disincentivise the use of cars.
The programme for government agreed between Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party commits the parties to bring forward “demand management” measures to get more drivers to switch to public transport, walking or cycling.
Joe O’Brien, the Green Party transport spokesman who was...
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