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Dublin City Centre Pedestrianisation

A number of streets in Dublin City Centre have been pedestrianised this weekend, as part a trial ...

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09.17 26 Jul 2020


Dublin City Centre Pedestrianisation


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09.17 26 Jul 2020


A number of streets in Dublin City Centre have been pedestrianised this weekend, as part a trial for the next four weekends. Traffic is banned again in and around Grafton Street on streets like South Anne Street, Drury Street and South William Street, from 11 am to 7 pm this evening. It’s all part of the effort to revive economic recovery in the city.

So how has it gone so far, and could it be introduced on a more permanent basis? Shane Beatty was joined by Green Party Councillor for the Dublin North Inner City Janet Horner. 

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