Roads and Traffic

Rosie Hackett Public Transport Priority Bridge

Proposed Traffic Management works on St. Stephen’s Green East and St Stephen’s Green North, Dublin 2 to facilitate LUAS Broombridge

Dublin City Council Roads and Traffic Department proposes to undertake traffic management works on the south side of Dublin City Centre. These works are required to facilitate utility and construction works on Dawson Street and the operation of Luas BXD once constructed.

The works include revised traffic movement arrangements, reconfiguration of car parking, widening of footpaths, provision of cycle lanes and cycle parking as well as physical works to the north east corner of St. Stephen’s Green.

Gritting Routes A to Z

M50 Demand Management Report

Lucan QBC Enhancement Scheme

The Roads Construction Division of Dublin City Council has engaged a Contractor, SIAC Construction Ltd., to construct the above road scheme.  Compound establishment on the Chapelizod Road, opposite the Church, will commence on Monday 7th March, 2011, while works proper will commence on Monday 14th March, 2011.
 

Bridges of Dublin

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Building Bridges - Everything you ever wanted to know about Dublin’s bridges

Walking Bus

 

What is a Walking Bus?

The newest form of school transport is the Walking Bus.  It comprises two volunteer parents, one to “drive” and one to “conduct” a group of school children.  Powered by good old-fashioned legwork, it follows a set route to school, collecting pupils at “bus stops” on the way. 

Repair a Road or Footpath

Request a road or street to be repaired

If you know of a pothole, road, street or footpath that needs repair, contact Road Maintenance Services. We will then investigate your request and decide how best to proceed.

Contact us to request a repair

Contact us at the address below or report online

Premises Registration

How does the HGV Strategy affect my business?

Finglas HGV Plan

Notice is hereby given that Dublin City Council has prepared a HGV Plan for the removal of heavy goods vehicles from Finglas Village.

 

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