The Luas Green Line extension (Line B1) has been extended to Cherrywood and was opened on the 16th of October to everyone. The new 7.5km line will add over 2 million passenger journeys a year to the Luas network and nine new stops after Sandyford: • Central Park • Glencairn • The Gallops • Leopardstown…Details
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in association with University College Dublin, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, RTÉ and the Sandyford Business Estates Association, has announced a proposed Southeast Dublin rapid transit service: BlueLine. BlueLine will run from St. Vincent’s University Hospital (Nutley Lane) to the Sandyford Business Estate via University College, Dublin. It will offer a high…Details
Article from The Sunday Times of the 3rd of October 2010Details
Press Release – 1st October 2010 DLR asks pupils to ‘Draw their way to school’ Following Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s programme of events during European Mobility Week, the Council is delighted to announce a new art competition for local primary school pupils focusing on how they travel to and from school. The…Details
On two occasions during recent years vehicles have accidentally left the road on Seapoint Avenue, demolished railings and ended up on or adjacent to the DART line. In view of the significant safety risks raised by these incidents, the Council applied to the National Roads Authority to make funding available to carry out a…Details
This week (4th-8th October 2010), from 8am to 6pm, there will be traffic lane and footpath restrictions in place to facilitate the dishing of footpaths on Avoca Avenue. A stop/go shuttle system will be in place from 9am to 4pm.