- Oct 12, 2009
Up to 1,300 homes in Dublin will have to lose gardens and parking places due to a new Dublin Bus project.
Sixteen dedicated bus corridors are to be built throughout the capital under the new plan, while around 1,300 homes will have to lose gardens and parking places. The idea is to rip through established communities, people’s houses, gardens and streets.
The NTA says withou this initiative commuter traffic will grind to a halt.
The Green Party has welcomed the plan, but has warned that improvements for pedestrians and cyclists must be integral to the process.
I’d have thought the Greens would be against this...there is ferocious local opposition all over the city and county and the uplift campaigns have collected thousands of opponents signatures.