Dublin City Council plans to limit traffic on Strand Road to one way to facilitate a six-month trial of a two-way  cycle path beginning next month. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Judicial review proceedings have been initiated in the High Court against Dublin City Council’s plans for a cycle path on Strand Road in Sandymount. (...)

Cyclist on Strand Road, Sandymount. Since Dublin City Council last August announced plans to trial the two-way cycle path, it has been met with determined local opposition. File photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Traffic on Strand Road in Sandymount will be reduced to one way from March 1st to facilitate the opening of a much disputed new two-way cycle route fr(...)

Cyclist on Strand Road, Sandymount: A two-way cycle route  is due to come into operation next month for a six-month trial. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

The Sandymount coast would be without any cycling facilities until 2026 “at the earliest” if an alternative to Dublin City Council’s Strand Road cycle(...)

NTA said any anticipated increase in passenger numbers would be ‘closely monitored’ and  ‘enhanced daily cleaning’ would continue to take place. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

People should continue to avoid visiting friends’ homes and only socialise in outdoor, public locations, the director of the national virus reference (...)

“Range anxiety remains a problem with electric vehicles,” said Vinny Kearns, chief executive of Xpert Taxis. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Shane Ross’s scheme to persuade taxi drivers to switch to electric cars has been dismissed as a failure as newly disclosed figures show just seven dri(...)

The Luas Green Line at Dunville Avenue and Beechwood Road, Ranelagh. The National Transport Agency’s plans  “will be the start of the demise of Dunville Avenue as a retail area”, says Gary Morton of nearby Morton’s Food Store

“They’re going to upset the whole ecology of the area, closing off Dunville Avenue, ” says Gerry Griffin. He and many other people who live or work(...)

Luas in Dublin city centre: cars are necessary but too many are bad. Towns designed for cars rather than people don’t work. It is essential we strike the right balance. Photograph: David Sleator

Submissions on the joint Dublin City Council/National Transport Agency transport proposals were due by August 7th, and almost immediately after that t(...)