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Council Wants Feedback On Traffic-Free Capel Street

Laura Donnelly
Laura Donnelly

01:40 17 Aug 2022

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Dublin City Council is looking for feedback on Capel Street now that it's traffic free.

The street went traffic free in May, and the council wants to get the views of residents, local businesses and members of the public.

There's been a 12 per cent increase in pedestrian numbers and a 20 per cent increase in cyclists since then.

The public consultation is open for four weeks and people can submit their views on the Dublin city council website.

A statement says: "Dublin City Council would like to invite feedback from residents, local businesses and members of the public on the recent traffic management measures which saw Capel St made traffic-free.

"This public consultation period will remain open from today for a period of 4 weeks.

"Since the street was made traffic-free, there has been a 12% increase in pedestrian numbers and a 20% increase in cyclists.

"Members of the public are invited to express their views by visiting

"This initiative was planned and implemented by the Traffic Department in Dublin City Council."

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