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BusConnects is a plan to fundamentally transform Dublin's bus system, it will enable more people to travel by bus than ever before.
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BusConnects Aug 7
Check out this overhead view of Phase 2 of the Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route, which opened on 31st of July. Great new addition to the city!
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Dermot O'Gara Jul 30
"Nearly half of respondents never use bus services" is a very odd way of saying that most people use the bus!
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Department of Transport Jul 24
The ‘Bike Life’ report was launched in Dublin today by Ministers Ryan and Naughton along with NTA CEO Anne Graham. According to this research cycling creates €258.5 million in economic benefits for our society annually. View full report at
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BusConnects Jul 24
"Cycling is quicker, a lot cheaper and more reliable" Our plan is to not only provide 230km of bus priority, but provide 200km of cycle lanes and tracks on 16 key corridors into Dublin city. View "Bike Life" report here:
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Dublin City Council Jul 13
We are encouraging the public to walk or cycle to work where possible. This will free up space on public transport and on the roads for those who really need it.
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BusConnects Jun 3
Happy 🚴🚴‍♂️ As part of our Core Bus Corridor proposals, plans to provide 200km of high quality cycle routes in the Greater Dublin Area.
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BusConnects May 26
Upgrades to pedestrian and cycling facilities plus enhanced urban realm and public spaces are part of our Core Bus Corridor proposals. The concept for Pembroke (UCD Ballsbridge to City Centre) & Grattan Crescent (Liffey Valley to City Centre) shown below.
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BusConnects May 19
Replying to @JosephPKilroy
Thanks Joseph, there will be another consultation on the design later in the year and we would encourage you to make a submission on the issue.
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BusConnects May 19
Replying to @JosephPKilroy
Hi Joseph, the proposed bike lane will join the shared bus lane with general through traffic removed from Prussia Street. We are also proposing to reduce the speed limit to 30 kph.
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BusConnects May 19
An integral part of the plan is to improve the urban realm in areas around the GDA. Check out our proposals for Stoneybatter below, all of the proposals related to urban realm improvements can be found on our website here:
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BusConnects May 15
Replying to @CallananLorna
Hi Lorna, we will be following HSE guidelines on when to hold the next consultation to ensure that we have an opportunity to hold public information events when possible.
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BusConnects May 15
While we hope to hold a further round of consultation on the Core Bus Corridor project later this year, here's an update on the project so far!
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BusConnects May 14
Lots of news articles/ discussions were shared yesterday about Let us share this one
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BusConnects Apr 17
Replying to @Ronan_IE
Hi Ronan, yes midnight tonight but we will still consider late submissions over the next few days given the current circumstances.
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BusConnects Apr 17
The consultation on the Core Bus Corridor project ends today. Check out the proposals on our website send your feedback via email cbc@busconnects.ie Please note, we will hold a further consultation in September 2020, subject to gov guidelines on COVID-19
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BusConnects Apr 2
As stated in our notification last week, we will be undertaking a further public consultation regarding the Core Bus Corridor Projects later this year.
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BusConnects Apr 2
Core Bus Corridor project - Public Consultation Update. We plan to hold a further public consultation in September 2020. See full update below.
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BusConnects Mar 12
Notice: Due to Govt. guidelines on COVID-19, all of our public info events have been postponed, effective from 6pm today. The public consultation remains open. All info available on our website and submissions can be made via email to cbc@busconnects.ie
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BusConnects Mar 11
Hi Micheál, yes we will have interpreters at all public information events
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BusConnects Mar 11
Replying to @Keegan1Andrew
Hi Andrew, please note that this public consultation is in relation to the Core Bus Corridor project - bus priority and cycle lanes/ tracks.
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