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Confey College Dec 9
Wonderful to see students in solidarity with each other on an important issue that impacts on their lives.
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Dublin Commuter Coalition 3h
Final reminder! Public consultation on Network Redesign closes at midnight. Last chance to give your opinion. Even if you agree, make a submission because the numbers do matter.
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Dublin Commuter Coalition Dec 6
Current high frequency routes (every 15 mins or better) vs proposed high frequency routes under . What's often left out by media outlets and some opponents of the plan is the fact that a lot of areas will receive a vastly better service.
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Councillor NualaKilleen 7h
The on-line feedback form is here: Email your submission to consultations@busconnects.ie
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TransportTrafficTravel 14h
Today is the last day of the network redesign consultation. Please support the plan by providing feedback
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Lauren Tuite Dec 4
One issue with the consultation being so long, is there's a lot of time to chip away at consensus. I'm seeing a lot of "why can't the bus lanes just be during rush hours" sentiment. Here's how I'm responding, if you've other points, advice, I'm happy to hear it.
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Colm Moore Dec 9
Replying to @DublinCommuters
Folks, go do a 3-line submission on the route change proposals by the deadline tomorrow. Say something like "I like ABC, but I don't like XYZ". All the details here: including maps that cover individual areas.
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Dublin Commuter Coalition 15h
The deadline for feedback is today! It doesn't have to be elaborate. The simplest response will only take a minute and a few lines will only take 2-3 minutes!
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Tommy Broughan 6h
Today is the last day for submissions on the public consultation on BusConnects - I sent in my own submission which covered all concerns of the many residents I have met with and my own observations also
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Cllr Eoin Ó Broin 🇮🇪 🇫🇷 🇸🇪🇪🇺 🌏 7h
Last day left to make a submission under the proposals. Email consultations@busconnects.ie - let's get a better bus service for Clondalkin!
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the painter flynn Dec 3
Replying to @stevemouzon
In Dublin at present the NTA have an insane plan to remove tree lined streets to enable an inane plan called which will not solve the traffic issues we have , instead of accepting an offer of a built out subway system by a private consortium
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TransportTrafficTravel Dec 4
is on the agenda at today's Traffic and Transport SPC. Watch live from 3pm
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Steve Conway Dec 5
What a well written and wonderfully constructive input on from
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A Dublin Bus Lane 🚍🚴 Dec 5
Now that we have a 'green wave', are any Green councillors planning to raise the issue of taxis clogging up bus lanes?
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PLACEengage Dec 9
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Dublin Commuter Coalition Dec 9
Make sure to give feedback about the revised network. It's very important that the consultation represents the views of regular public transport users and not just isolated groups. It'll only take a few minutes!
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TransportTrafficTravel Dec 4
“We are confident that legislation to support camera enforcement will be introduced” Hugh Creegan NTA.
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Cllr Eoin Ó Broin 🇮🇪 🇫🇷 🇸🇪🇪🇺 🌏 Dec 2
Support campaign for better local bus 🚍 services on Station 🚉 Road, . Email, consultations@busconnects.ie, before December 10th, saying where you want to go by bus.
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TransportTrafficTravel Dec 5
consultation ends on the 10th December. If you want the project to go ahead please take a moment to support the plan:
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Dublin Commuter Coalition Dec 5
Replying to @DublinCommuters
And for CBCs, half of the submissions were about 2 of the 16 corridors. 6 out of 16 corridors got fewer than 100 submissions each. Ringsend-City Centre got 19 submissions and Clondalkin-Drimnagh got just 10.
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