Crowd barriers along Dame Street during the first trial last Sunday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The number of metal barriers used in the trial of a traffic-free plaza in College Green will be significantly reduced this weekend, Dublin City Counci(...)

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(...)

Dublin City Council head of technical services Brendan O’ Brien and DMR Traffic Garda acting chief superintendent Tom Murphy with Lord Mayor of Dublin Paul Mc Auliffe at the launch of the HGV Permit Checker App. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

Members of the public have been asked to help gardaí catch heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) driving in central Dublin without a valid permit. A new app -(...)

Cyclists  on Dame Street in the city centre. Photograph: James Forde/The Irish Times

One sunny May afternoon in Dublin, as the Spice Girls prepared to kick off their Spice World 2019 tour at Croke Park stadium, the coaches bringing the(...)

A architect’s image of the proposed College Green plaza.

College Green in Dublin city centre will be traffic-free for three days this summer, the business representative group Dublin Chamber has confirmed. (...)

O’Briens: since putting in a new management team two decades ago, it has grown to 34 shops in Ireland – employing more than 250 staff – and now two in London

Ireland’s largest family-owned off-licence chain, O’Briens, has moved quietly into the UK market with the acquisition of two shops in London. Indepen(...)

A Luas tram passing College Green.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Plans for a €10 million traffic-free plaza in Dublin’s College Green will not be altered when the council seeks permission for the project from An Bor(...)

Cyclists pass the Four Courts on the Dublin quays. A route for a long-awaited Liffey cycle path has been announced by the National Transport Authority. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/ The Irish Times

A little more than 18 months after the National Transport Authority (NTA) wrested control of the Liffey cycle project from Dublin City Council, with t(...)

Part of the proposed new cycle route along the Liffey at Aston Quay in Dublin.

The route for a 5km cycle path along the river Liffey in Dublin has finally been selected by the National Transport Authority (NTA) seven years since (...)

There are now 100 fewer buses an hour using College Green at peak traffic times. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Traffic restrictions, which have seen the removal of services for thousands of Dublin bus passengers from Dublin’s College Green, are set to continue (...)

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