College Green

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Normally clogged with traffic  College Green, Dublin now deserted due to Covid-19  pandemic. Photograph:Gareth Chaney/Collins

Cafes and restaurants will be allowed put more tables and chairs outdoors under new Dublin City Council proposals for the pedestrianisation of streets(...)

Under the plaza plans, public transport traffic, including trams, buses and taxis, would continue to run north and south in front of Trinity College to access Nassau Street. File photograph: The Irish Times

A fresh application for Dublin city’s flagship traffic-free civic plaza at College Green will be submitted early this year, Dublin City Council chief (...)

College Green has been closed to traffic and converted into a plaza today. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Dublin’s College Green will be given over to pedestrians and cyclists today in the first trial run of the traffic-free civic plaza since its rejection(...)

NTA said it supports Dublin City Council’s plan which would push Dublin Bus out of the city centre zone.

The National Transport Authority (NTA) is backing Dublin City Council in its standoff with Dublin Bus over the €10 million civic plaza plans for Colle(...)

The Tesco Express building opposite the old Central Bank building has an overall floor area of 10,000sq ft.

Dublin’s thriving retail investment market is to get another shot in the arm with the planned sale of the Tesco store at College Green and the Knobs &(...)

A Luas tram at College Green, Dublin. Taxis have been banned from travelling south through College Green from 7am to 10am. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

A ban on taxis travelling south through College Green during the morning is “only pushing the problem up the road”, and will create traffic bottleneck(...)

College Green in Dublin: class is very much at work in the controversy over its proposed civic plaza

Among my most treasured possessions is a letter dated December 23rd, 2010, from Mary-Denise O’Reilly of the Railway Procurement Agency. It wasn’t a pe(...)

 Owen Keegan: “Continuing to facilitate east-west traffic on College Green is inconsistent with the satisfactory operation of Luas.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has hit out at Dublin Bus and city business organisations for their failure to support plans for a pe(...)

Architect images for the College Green civic space: Dublin Bus wants to keep running buses through College Green.

A decision on whether a new €10 million civic plaza can be built in College Green will not be made until next April at the earliest, several months af(...)

Luas Cross City tram testing. The city council last year announced its intention to turn the area in front of Bank of Ireland on College Green into a civic plaza, banning all traffic access to and from Dame Street. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Dublin Bus wants to keep running buses through College Green in defiance of Dublin City Council’s plans to develop the area as a pedestrian- and cycli(...)

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