Friday, May 31, 2013

Playlist for Friday 31.5.13

Vampire Weekend - Unbelievers
Green Day - Basket Case
David Bowie - Sound & Vision
NONONO - Pumpin Blood
Yes - I've seen all good people
Macklemore - Thrift Shop
Stereophonics - T Shirt Sun Tan
Jackie Wilson - I get the sweetest feeling
Jake Bugg - Lightning Bolt
Charles Bradley - The World

Boy - Little Numbers
Elvis Costello - Pump It up
Cake - The Distance
C2C - Happy
Dire Straits - Walk of Life
Beatles - Revolution
Lemaitre - Cut to black
Stevie Wonder - Uptight
Kings of Leon - Taper Jean Girl

Oh Land - Sun of a gun
Miike Snow - Black & Blue
Daft Punk - Give life back to music
Bees - A Minha Menina
Parov Stelar - All Night
The Heavy - How you like me now
Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
Hollies - I'm Alive
Todd Terje - Inspector Norse

Bloomin' Brilliant!

If The Camden Crawl Dublin whet your whistle for the coming festival season then you might enjoy sinking your ears into youbloom.

Dublin will host over 50 international acts and 50 Irish acts in 5 different venues from 28 – 30 June 2013. On top of that there's a bunch of talks from big wigs in the music business. AND tickets are cheap,  €15 for a night ticket €35 for weekend tickets & €75 for full delegate passes, all tickets available from

One of Producers John's hero's is giving the keynote at the event, Dave Robinson of Stiff Records (  He signed Madness, Elvis Costello, Wreckless Eric, Ian Dury and Nick Lowe. Not to mention releasing records by Kirsty MacColl, The Dubliners, The Pogues and tons more.

For all the relevant info click HERE.

N11 Lane Closures today and Tuesday

Wicklow County Council wish to advise motorists that a mobile hard shoulder closure will be operating in both directions of the N11, single carriageway, from the Beehive Junction to the Arklow Bypass, from 8am to 4pm on Friday 31st May and Tuesday 4th June.

The closure is necessary to facilitate grass cutting.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Playlist for thursday 30.5.13

Fatboy Slim - Praise you
Lisa Hannigan - Knots
Jackson 5 - ABC
C2C - Happy
Laura Marling - Where can I go?
The Cult - She Sells Sanctuary
Woodkid - Run Boy Run
Stevie Wonder - Uptight
Rilo Kiley - Silver Lining
U2 - I will Follow
Blur - Song 2

The Animals - We gotta get out of this place
NONONO - Pumpin Blood
George Baker - Little Green Bag
Twin Shadow - 5 Seconds
Cat Stevens - Here Comes my baby
Magic Man - Paris
Daft Punk - Give life back to music
Atlas Genius - Trojans
Elbow - One day like this

London Grammar - Hey Now
Pink Floyd - Wish you were here
Vampire Weekend - Unbelievers
Cake - Short Skirt, Long Jacket
Sam & Dave - Hold On , I'm Coming
Decemberists - Yankee Bayonet
Real Estate - Its Real
Wild Cherry - Play that funky music
Lindstrom & Christabelle - Lovesick
Curtis Mayfield - Move On Up


From 7 AM this Friday 31st May to 7 AM on Saturday 1st June 2013

An Garda Síochána, along with other stakeholders, will run Operation “Slow Down”. The objectives of the Operation are to raise awareness of the dangers of inappropriate and excessive speed, reduce the number of speed related collisions, and therefore save lives and reduce injuries on our roads.

For the past seven years, there has been a year on year decrease in the number of road fatalities in Ireland. However, as we move into the second half of 2013, there have been 11 more fatalities on our roads than at this time last year. This brings to 75, the number of people killed in a road traffic collision to date.

Based on collision data to date in 2013 over three quarters (78%) of fatalities have been a driver, passenger or motorcyclist. Similarly more than one third (37%) of fatalities have occurred on Thursdays and Fridays. Excessive or inappropriate speed is a significant contributory factor in road traffic collisions.

There will be highly visible speed checkpoints on national primary and secondary roads, carried out by local members and the Garda Traffic Corps, and also by GoSafe vans.

Each Garda Division will have an area locally where members will be available to give road safety advice and distribute leaflets. Garda members who are not responding to emergency calls will be leading by example - reducing their speed, and driving at speeds appropriate to the prevailing conditions.

Here's some shocking stats folks

Road Deaths by Day of Week – 2013 to date



Road User deaths per category 2013 to date

Road User Type/Age
Pillion Passenger
Pedal Cyclist

Year to Date Road Traffic Fatalities by County


June Bank Holiday 2010 to 2012

Fatalities (people)
Fatal collisions
Serious injuries (people)
Serious injury collisions

MAT Checkpoints
MAT Breath tests

Intoxicated while driving incidents

All figures are current as of 28th May 2013 and are provisional, operational and subject to change.

Results for Operation Slow Down - July 2012

Operation Slow Down was conducted over 24 hours from 7am Friday 6th July to 7am Saturday 7th July 2012.

Over 72,000 vehicles were monitored by GoSafe resulting in a rate of detection 1 in 466. The rate of detection for the previous 5 days was 1 in 242.

During Friday 6th July there were 929 fixed charge notices issued for speeding

- 633 non-intercept (GoSafe and Garda operated)

- 296 intercept (Garda only)

During Saturday 7th July there were 873 fixed charge notices issued for speeding

- 606 non-intercept (GoSafe and Garda operated)

- 267 intercept (Garda only)

N3 to N2 Link

We've been mentioning on the show the great new link between the N2 and the N3. It starts at J2 of the N2 and goes all the way to J3 of the N3.

It might be the most roundabouted road outside of Portloaise. But it will definitely ease delays on the smaller roads around Kilshane.

Amazing map showing the comparison between google maps and the actual maps at the moment right HERE 

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Playlist for Wednesday 29.5.13

Caribou - They might be giants
Beatles - Ticket to ride
They might be giants - You're on fire
The Jam - Going Underground
Tennis - Petition
Chic - Le Freak
My morning jacket - One big holiday
Joe Tex - I gotcha
Rhye - The Fall
Echo & The Bunnymen -Seven Seas
Jagwar Ma - Come save me
Vampire Weekend - Steps

Supergrass - Alright
Mikhael Paskalev - Jive Babe
Camera Obscura - French Navy
Daft Punk - Give life back to music
C2C - Down the road
Stevie Wonder - For once in my life
Stooges - I wanna be your dog
Eels - Looking Up
Kool & The Gang - Jungle Boogie
Atlas Genius - Trojans
Air - All I Need
Drums - Lets go surfing

ACDC - Skies On Fire
Architecture In Helsinki - Like it or not
Stone Roses - Fools Gold
Les Enfants - Celeste
Frank Ocean - Lost
Beach Boys - I get around
Damien Jurado - Texas to Ohio
Vampire Weekend - Unbelievers
James Brown - Its a mans world
Golden Silvers - True No. 9 Blues
Modjo - Lady
The Drifters - Up on the roof
London Grammar - Hey Now

Temporary Closure of Housing Welfare Section

Dublin City Council wishes to advice the public that the Housing Welfare Section, Civic Offices, Fishamble Street will be closed to the public from Monday 10th June to Friday 14th June (inclusive) in order to facilitate essential upgrading of the electronic record keeping system. 

The Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and assures the public that should an urgent query arise, Welfare Section staff can be contacted at T: (01) 222 2233. The Welfare Section public duty service will reopen at 09.00 hrs on Monday, 17th June.

Forbidden Fruit 2013

Festival Season has truly kicked in with the first of the big ones on this weekend right on our doorstep. Forbidden Fruit, now in it's second year takes place this Saturday and Sunday in Kilmainham in the grounds of the Museum of Modern Art.

How will it affect traffic?

The N4 will be heavier than normal as will St Johns Rd and the Grand Canal. Island Bridge, Kilmainham and Inchicore will all see an increase in volume. 

With Bloom also on in the Phoenix Park we advise you all to use public transport.

Public Transport

By Luas: Red line to Heuston Station, 5 minute walk to Museum entrance on Military Road. For further information about Luas please click here. There are great park and ride facilities on the red line at The red Cow, Cheeverstown and Tallaght stops.

By bus: There is a special Bulmers Bus which leaves Harcourt St at corner of St Stephen's Green from 1.30pm Sat-Sun and return after the event. IT'S FREE!!

The Drop off point for the buses is East Gate (Main IMMA Gate)

Dublin Bus: Buses to Heuston Station (5 minutes walk via Military Rd): 26 from Wellington Quay; 51, 79 from Aston Quay; 90 Dart Feeder Bus from Connolly and Tara Street Stations to Heuston Station.
Buses to James St (5 minutes walk via steps to Bow Lane onto Irwin St and Military Rd): 123 from O'Connell St/Dame St; 51B, 78A from Aston Quay.

By Train: Train service departs 23.30 Saturday only from Hueston station stopping at: Parkwest, Clondalkin, Adamstown, Celbridge, Naas, Kildare. Tickets purchased at station.

Bloom In The Park

Green fingers, families, horticulturalists, lovers of the outdoors good times and good food will all descend on the Phoenix Park this week.

From tomorrow Thursday the 30th of May until Monday the 2nd of June Bloom will take place on the Phoenix Park. Last year 80,000 people visited the festival and we are expecting the same again this year.

The Ashtown Gate in the park will be closed unit Tuesday the 4th of June.

Forbidden Fruit Festival is on Saturday and Sunday in IMMA in Kilmainham, this will add to traffic on the N4,St Johns Rd, Inchicore and the Grand Canal. 

The best advice is to use public transport.

There will be a curtsy shuttle bus to bloom from Parkgate St, The Luas stop at Hesuston Station will drop you near Park Gate St. Dublin Bus have a number of services which will drop you around the park, full details of which are at the bottom of this post.

If you are driving to the event please note there are two car parks:

Red Car Park A

Serving City Centre Traffic from the Main Gate (Parkgate Street) and the NCR Gate. From the Main Gate (Parkgate Street) continue on to Chesterfield Avenue and take the first right off the roundabout. Continue to the end and take a right onto the Back Road and continue straight. Take a left onto Odd Lamp Road. Red Car Park A is located off this road. Do not continue up Chesterfield Avenue to the Phoenix Monument as this is a pedestrian entrance only.

Green Car Park B

Serving both City Centre / NCR traffic North City & M50 Traffic from the Castleknock Gate and White's Gate. From the Castleknock Gate continue on to Chesterfield Avenue and take the first left off the roundabout (Mountjoy Cross). Continue along the back road until you reach Green Car Park B.

Blue Car Park C

Serving North City & M50 Traffic from the Castleknock Gate and White's Gate. From the Castleknock Gate continue on to Chesterfield Avenue and take the first left off the roundabout (Mountjoy Cross). Continue along the back road until you reach the Ashtown Castle Gate turn and follow the stewards instruction.

Dublin Bus provides a wide choice of bus routes to and from the outskirts of the Phoenix Park.

Bus stops are located at the following points outside the Park's walls:

To stop on the Castleknock Road and enter the Phoenix Park through the Castleknock Gate:

Route No. 37 - From Hawkins St. to Blanchardstown Road South

To stop on the Navan Road and enter the Phoenix Park through the Ashtown Gate:

Route No. 37 - From Hawkins St. to Blanchardstown Road South
Route No. 38 - From Hawkins St. to Damastown
Route No. 39 - From Hawkins St. to Ongar
Route No. 70 - From Hawkins St. to Dunboyne

To stop next to the North Circular Road Gate:

Route No. 46 A - From UCD Belfield to Phoenix Park - Infirmary Road - North Circular Road Gate

To stop near Parkgate Street, Islandbridge Turnstile and Chapelizod Gate:

Route No. 25 - From Pearse St to Lucan (Dodsboro)
Route No. 26 - From Pearse St to Palmerstown (Cherry Orchard)

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Playlist for Tuesday 28.5.13

Atlas Genius - Trojans
The Champs - Tequila
Blur - Coffee & TV
Box Tops - The Letter
Thievary Corporation - Hare Krsna
Mason Williams - Classical Gas
The Flaming Lips - Race for the prize
Lemaitre - Cut to Black
Ocean Colour Scene - The Circle
Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride
Boy - Little Numbers
Sultans of Ping - Give him a ball
Mumford & Sons - Roll away your stone
Beats for Beginners - You can't kill a a dead

C2C - Happy
Vampire Weekend - Step
Aeroplane - We can't fly
Raconteurs - Old Enough
Naked & Famous - Young Blood
Midnight Oil - Beds are Burning
Daft Punk - Give life back to music
Frank Sinatra - I've got you under my skin
Pascal Pinon - One Thing
Junip - Your life Your call

Presidents of the US - Lump
The Heavy - How you like me now
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
Interpol - Evil
Fred Falke - Golden Cage
Hollies - I'm Alive
Stars - You ex-lover is dead
NONONO - Pumpin Blood
Ramones - Baby I love you
Frou Frou - Let Go
A tribe called quest - Electric Relaxation

Monday, May 27, 2013

Playlist for Monday 27.5.13

Whipping Boy - When we were young
Rhye - The Fall
Steve Earl - I feel alright
Les Enfants - Celeste
Lana Del Rey - Video Games
Twin Shadow - Five Seconds
Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues
Miike Snow - Devils Work
Paul Weller - Wild Wood
Knocking ghosts - Distractions

Super Furry Animals - Hello Sunshine
The Rolling Stones - Doom & Gloom
C2C - Happy
Feist - 1234
Weezer - Say It ain't so
London Grammar - Hey Now
Public Service Broadcasting - Signal 30
Shearwater - You as you were
Morrissey - Suedehead

NONONO - Pumpin Blood
Lisa Hannigan - Knots
Vampire Weekend - Unbelievers
Decemerists - Yankee Bayonet
Darwin Deez - Radar Detector
Tom Petty - Runnin down a dream
Little Dragon - Ritual Union
Daughter - Youth
Woodkid - Run Boy Run
Fleetwood Mac - Big Love

Bray Main St Works Update

Southbound traffic in Bray will continue to be be diverted via Quinsborough Rd., Eglington Rd and Florence Rd back to Main St. for the next 3 to 4 weeks. Delays are to be expected.

Work will continue on the drainage line at the Quinnsborough Road /Main Street junction on the Eastern side for the next two days

Expect delays and diversions at the Herbert Road/Main Street junction later this week.

Women’s Mini Marathon Road Closures

Bank Holiday Monday, June 3rd will see thousands of ladies take to the streets for the Flora Women's Mini Marathon. This is on of the biggest events held in the city each year and you can expect widespread traffic disruption while it is on.

There will be a number of temporary closures here they are:

St. Stephens Green, South from 06.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

St. Stephen’s Green, East from 06.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

St. Stephen’s Green, North from 11.30 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Fitzwilliam Street Upper / Lower from 06.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs

Fitzwilliam Place from 06.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs

Merrion Square East from 08.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs

Merrion Square North from 08.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs

Merrion Square South from 08.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs

Merrion Square West from 08.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs

Merrion Street Upper from 08.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs

Nutley Lane from 13.50 hrs to 15.45 hrs

Leeson Street Bridge from 08.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Leeson Street Lower from 08.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Earlsfort Terrace from 07.30 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Adelaide Road from 10.30 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Hatch Street from 08.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Baggot Street Bridge from 08.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs

Baggot Street Lower from 08.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs

Pembroke Street from 08.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Kildare Street from 12.30 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Hume Street from 08.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs

Ely Place from 08.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs

Cuffe Street from 06.00 hrs to 17.30 hrs

Friday, May 24, 2013

Rabo Direct Final Traffic Info

It's a big day for Ulster and Leinster fans tomorrow, and with the big day comes some big delays.

These delays will be compounded by the Just 4 kids Show in the RDS on Saturday and Sunday

What you can expect are long delays on the Grand Canal inbound, on all approach roads to the RDS. Merrion Rd, Shelbourne Rd and Pembroke Rd. Anglesea Rd will also be affected as will Beaver Row.

If you are travelling the best idea is to take public transport. But if you are driving, the South Circular Rd tends to move better to get down to the Baggot St area.

Don;t forget Londonbridge Rd and bath Ave are closed.

Playlist for Friday 24.5.13

Jackie Wilson - I get the sweetest feeling
Vampire Weekend - Unbelievers
Queen - Another one bites the dust
Kings of Leon - King of the romeo
The 4 of us - Sunlight
ACDC - Thunderstruck
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Thrift Shop
The Coasters - Down in Mexico
Stevie Wonder - For once in my life
The Heavy - How you like me now
Van Morrisson - Gloria

Pixies - Debaser
ELO - Livin thing
NONONO - Pumpin Blood
Primal Scream - Movin On Up
Geils Band - Centrefold
Boy - Little Numbers
David Bowie - Heroes
C2C - Happy
Strokes - Someday

Annie Lennox - Walking on broken glass
Wild Party - When I Get Older
Caravan Palace - Jolie Coquine
Chris Malinchak - So good to me
Elvis Costello - Pump It Up
The Lovin Spoonful - Summer in the city
Dire Straits - Walk of life

Quiz Riddle

Be the first to solve this and win 3 hours free parking:

Riddle: I never was, am always to be;
No one has seen me, nor will they see.
Close to sun's set, and far from sunrise;
I will live on, till time's own demise

Spectacular Kite Surfing Festival in Dublin

This weekend is see's the Battle For The Bay annual kite surfing and SUPing competition take place on Dollymount Strand.

This is such a cool festival , take a look at what last years competition looked like.

This year it's going to be bigger and better, with tons to do for all ages and interests.

-Paddle Boarding Competition

-Kids Kite Competition

- Demonstrations on the beach

- Freestyle shows

- Kite introductions for the newcomers

- Live Music

-Food Village & BBQ

-Kids Zone


It all takes place on Dollymout Strand which coulnt be easier to get to you can drive walk cycle, bus it on the number 130 ( or take the dart to Clontarf Road and Bus 130 (

Calcutta Run Road Closures

Saturday May 25th sees yet another fun run in the Phoenix Park, this time it'sin aid of the Peter McVerry Trust and Goal.

There will be a number of closures within the park to ensure the safety of all those involved. 

Roads to be closed to vehicular traffic between 11am and 11pm:

Serpentine Road
Wellington Road
Islandbridge Gate Road

Gates to be closed between 11am and 1pm:

Traffic will be halted or diverted at the following locations:

Junction of St. Mary's and Serpentine Roads
Junction of Chesterfield Avenue and Wellington Roads
Mountjoy Cross

There will be no left turn at Ashtown Gate

Best of luck to all those involved. 

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Playlist for Thursday 23.5.13

Marc Bolan & T.Rex - Get It On
The Mooney Suzuki - Alive & Amplified
C2C - Happy
Treefight for Sunlight - Facing the sunlight
Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run
Vampire Weekend - Step
John Cale - Things
Knocking Ghost - Distractions
RL Burnside - Let my baby ride
Junip - Your life your call
Gorillaz - Feel Good

AC/DC - Skies On Fire
NONONO - Pumpin Blood
The Clash - Train In Vain
Matthew E White - Big Love
Stone Roses - She Bangs the drum
Lemaitre - Cut to black
Edward Sharpe - 40 day dream
London Grammar - Hey Now
Doors - Break on Through

Laura Marling - Where can I go?
Fatboy Slim - Praise You
Neil Young - Mr Soul
Magic Man - Paris
Tallest Man on earth - Love is all
Reef - Place your hands
HAIM - Forever
Delta Spirit - White Table
Cast of Cheers - Animals

Africa Day Celebrations Phoenix PArk

Farmleigh House in Phoenix Park is hosting a FREE event this weekend.

It all starts at 11 AM and continues until 5 PM, There's a convenient shuttle bus from Heuston Station /Parkgate St to Famleigh.

For music fans you can look forward to 2 stages of live music throughout the day. 

The Main Stage will have  Colours Afrobeat Foundaton, No Limits, Stone & Jezreel, Gypsy Rebel Rabble, The Amazing Few and Madu. You will also have the chance to catch The Multiverse and Niwel Tsumbu with Shane O’Donovan and Peter Erdei plus at the end of the day the Discovery Gospel Choir will wrap everything up. t. 

Stage 2 has lined up loads of up and coming DJ's and rappers from Dublin such as,  DJ Wax, ShoBiz, Graciano Major, Funzo and loads more.

There's also an African Bazar, face painting, storytelling and lots lots more to do and see.

Africa Day events in Ireland are supported by Irish Aid at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Further information is available at

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Playlist for Wednesday 22.2.13


Booker T & The M.G's - Soul Limbo
Queens of the stone age - My god is the sun
Stevie Wonder  - Uptight
Magic Man - Paris
Frank Sinatra  - I've got you under my skin
Clap your hands say yeah - The skin of my yellow country teeth
Elvis Costello - Pump it up
Spiritualized - Do it all over again
C2C - Happy
HAIM - Forever
Steely Dan - Do it again
Twin Shadow - 5 Seconds
Teddybears - Punkrocker

NONONO - Pumpin Blood
Charles Bradley - The World
Beatles - Good Day Sunshines
Daughter - Youth
James Brown - Papas got a brand new bag
Decemberists - The Crane Wife 3
The Rolling Stones - Paint it Black
Vampire Weekend - Step
Chris Malinchak - So good to me
Oasis - Roll with it

Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn
London Grammar - Hey Now
George Baker - Little Green Bag
The Minutes - Fleetwood
Roy Orbison - Oh Pretty Woman
Les Enfants - Celeste
Beastie Boy - Intergalactic
Nancy Sinatra - These boots are made for walking
Chairlift - I belong in your arms
Laura Marling - Where can I go?
Blur - End of the century

Phoenix Park - North Circular Rd Gate Closure

The North Circular Rd gate of the Phoenix Park will be closed tomorrow (May 23rd)  from 10.30 Am to 12.30 PM traffic management will be in place.

Dublin City Soul Festival

It's back and in it's 7th year the Dublin City Soul festival will be grooving it's way around Dublin over the next 4 days.

It all starts tomorrow but the big event as always is the Soul Picnic which is on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th of May in Merrion Sq. It is a free event but if you can, a donation of €5 is encouraged.

Soul Picnic Line Up 2013

Yet again the festival provides the lucky music fan with an eclectic lineup and even has a very top secret headliner on Sunday night.

There's loads on in the Sugar Club as well, for a full lineup check out the website by clicking HERE 

The Grafton St Improvement Details

Dublin City Council today launched the Grafton Street Improvement Scheme. A €4m project will see the street’s existing red brick surface replaced with high quality natural stone, new public lighting and street furniture. The stone will be granite in the main and a significant portion comes from the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains.

Works will begin in early June and finish in November 2014. They will play a key part in improving Grafton Street as a retail environment and a destination.

The full repaving is expected to take 18 months to complete. This includes an 8-week period during which works will cease in order to facilitate shoppers over the Christmas and New Year sales. The repaving is expected to finish in November 2014.The council will also install new public lighting and street furniture including sculptural pieces.

The following streets will be affected:

The Grafton Street Quarter is centred on Grafton Street and its supporting network of streets and spaces extending to one of the city’s premier squares - St. Stephen’s Green to the south, Trinity College and another major public space - College Green to the north, South Great George’s Street to the west and over to Dawson Street and Molesworth Street to the east. It corresponds to the Grafton Street Character Area highlighted in the Dublin City Development Plan 2011-2017 and connects into the city’s main civic thoroughfare linking the important retail, commercial and entertainment districts of Grafton Street, College Green and Temple Bar to O’Connell Street / Parnell Square, the Henry Street Area and the North Georgian City.

This is an estimation of when the different stages of the scheme will take place:

1 St. Stephen’s Green North to junction with Chatham Street June-Sept 2013

2 Nassau Street to junction with Wicklow Street Sept- Nov 2013

3 Wicklow Street to junction with Duke Street Jan-Apr 2014

4 Duke Street to junction with South Anne / Harry Street Apr-Aug 2014

5 South Anne / Harry Street to junction with Chatham Street Aug-Nov 2014

A Traffic Management Plan has been agreed and co-ordinated with LUAS Cross City to minimise traffic disruptions.