Section of Phoenix Park avenue closes at weekends

A “Mad Hatter’s” street party is to mark the start of weekend closures of a small part of the main avenue in the Phoenix Park, which handles 10 million car journeys per year. The Office of Public Works has given notice that it is to close of around 1.2km of Chesterfield Avenue, the main road […]

Consultation on Ballyfermot, Finglas bus changes

Public consultation for Ballyfermot bus route changes ends next Sunday, October 31. Meanwhile consultation on changes to Finglas West and South routes started last Thursday, October 21, and will run until Sunday November 14 2010. The changes are part of the Network Direct plan to reform and cut Dublin Bus routes. Central to the proposals for both Ballyfermot and Finglas is a merger of current […]

Council rolls out water tankers to affected areas

6PM UPDATE: Repairs are now complete on the burst Watermain at Marrowbone Lane. The city council said: “No further updates will issue unless the situation changes… Recharging the network with water has commenced and normal supply should be restored to all areas over the course of the evening. ” 3PM UPDATE: Repairs are almost complete on the damaged watermain,  Dublin City Council […]

Luas offers free city walking tours

The Railway Procurement Agency, the State agency which oversees the Luas, are to offer free walking tours for the summer. The agency says it is teaming up with author and walking tours specialist, Pat Liddy to provide the free walking tours on each of the four Saturday and Sunday mornings in July. “This is a […]

What’s on in Dublin this weekend?

National Bike Week ending events City centre cycle racing in Dublin – Professional city centre cycle racing on Saturday, partly on cobblestones in Temple Bar, so it should be fun. Warm-up events from 2.30pm, and the main event at 6pm. Pedal in the Park – Closing Event of Bike Week 2010 – On Sunday National […]

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