The Department of Transport recently notified the Council of the grants for 2010. In accordance with Circular, the 3-Year Restoration Improvement Grant is suspended for 1 year because of the recent bad weather. Following notification the Council assessed the conditions of roads throughout the County. The criteria for assessment are: road condition traffic…Details
From Thursday 18th February to Friday 19th February from 8.30am to 6pm, works will be taking place at the top of Booterstown Avenue, on the N11 (southbound) at the signalised pedestrian crossing before the bus stop, to install new tactile pavement for visually impaired people.
14th March 2010.
As a result, one southbound traffic lane will be closed to traffic from 10am to 4pm during that period. Northbound traffic will be unaffected.
Ward demands council deals with useless poles 8th March2010. Fine Gael Councillor Barry Ward has called on Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to reduce the number of unnecessary poles and street furniture across the County. In a motion that was unanimously passed by the Council on Monday night, Councillor Ward said that this…Details
Seafort Parade parking scheme 27th February 2010. Last week and again today, I called to the residents of Seafort Parade, regarding the new pay & display scheme that the Council has put in place there. One of the issues that several residents raised was that there was room for more spaces on…Details
Up-grading the Metals Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has announced its plans to up-grade the Metals to encourage more cyclists and pedestrians to use them. To support the Government’s Sustainable Travel Policy “Smarter Travel” the Smarter Travel Project Fund was set up by the Department of Transport. This is a fund of approximately…Details