Roads and Traffic

Dublin City Cycling Development

The continued delivery of an efficient, integrated and coherent transport network is a critical component of the Dublin City Development Plan (2016-2022).  The strategy makes optimum use of existing and proposed transport infrastructure, and Dublin City Council works with the National Transport Authority (NTA) and relevant transport agencies to deliver key projects. 

Proposed plans to install a contraflow cycle lane on Lombard Street East

It is proposed to install a segregated contraflow cycle track along Lombard East and the associated traffic management changes.

The proposed measures to be carried out include:

Earl Place (from Earl Street North to Sackville Place) Dublin 1

Earl Place (from Earl Street North to Sackville Place) Dublin 1 from 00.00hrs on Monday 1st April 2019 to 24.00hrs on Tuesday 31st March 2020.

Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2019

A Public Consultation on the Draft Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2019 was held from Monday 11th February until Friday 22nd March 2019.  By resolution of the Council at its meeting on 13th May 2019 the Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2019 were adopted.  The new Bye-Laws will come into effect on Monday 1st July 2019.

Where to park your bicycle

Crumlin Village Environmental Improvement Scheme

General Description of the Works

Stationless On-Street Bicycle Hire

Dublin City Council Control of Stationless On-Street Bicycle Hire Bye-Laws 2017

Invitation to Potential Operators to an Information Session Thursday 25th January 2018

Smart Dublin, See.Sense launch world’s largest connected cycle light pilot.

Chatham Street/Harry Street Area Improvement Scheme

Scope of the work to be carried out

The proposed works extend the full length of Chatham Street and Harry Street, from their junction with Grafton Street running westward to their junction with Clarendon Street, as well as Balfe Street, Chatham Lane and Swan Yard. The proposed scheme includes:

New Traffic Arrangements for Dublin’s City Centre Quays

Dublin City Council has confirmed that new traffic arrangements will come into effect on the north and south city centre quays from Sunday morning 20th August.  These changes are being introduced now to coincide with the Luas Cross City tram testing and to ensure that these permanent changes have time to bed down before regular day time tram testing starts in September. 

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