The National Transport Authority and Dublin City Council today (June 10, 2015) published their joint “Dublin City Centre Transport Study” – a set of proposals to enhance overall movement in the city and achieve the objectives set out in the current Dublin City Development Plan – “ … modal share targets crossing the canals of 55% for public transport, 15% for cycling, 10% for walking and 20% for private car use in the annual cordon count by 2017”.

A period of public consultation on the Study will run from tomorrow, June 11th until July 16th 2015, so that the views of members of the public, and interested parties, can be heard before final decisions are made.

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  • Dublin City Centre Transport Study proposes major changes to ensure city continues to function efficiently and accommodate future growth
  • €150 million NTA investment in public transport forecast
  • Public transport, cycling and pedestrian only links along North and South Quays and at College Green plus pedestrianisation of Suffolk Street and St. Stephen’s Green North
  • Increases in public transport capacity plus implementation of city wide cycle network
  • New interchange hubs, bridges, coach and taxi facilities to ease city flow

Public’s views sought – consultation open from June 11th to  July 16th 2015