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Pedestrianisation Trial Of Parts Of Dublin Extended

Laura Donnelly
Laura Donnelly

03:53 14 Aug 2020


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The pedestrianisation trial of parts of Dublin is being extended until the end of the month.

Dublin City Council also says from next week, seven-day permissions for outdoor tables and chairs will be granted at a number of locations.

The council says the trial is continuing due to extremely positive feedback following the first three weekends.

A number of streets around Grafton Street, including South William Street, Duke Street and Drury Street, will be closed to traffic from 11am to 11pm on Saturdays and Sundays.


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