dlr Announce Temporary One-Way System in Blackrock Village
Space to be reallocated for the safety and benefit of pedestrians and cyclists.
In response the COVID-19 crisis and to facilitate safe physical distancing, mobility and support local businesses reopening, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council plan to install a temporary one-way traffic system in Blackrock Village with the space reallocated for the safety and benefit of pedestrians and cyclists. The Council are working on this initiative with the support of the Blackrock Business Network. The details of the plan are currently being worked on and will be finalised next week and it is envisaged that the temporary changes will be implemented in the village from Wednesday, 27th May. The proposals are being planned so as to not adversely affect public transport serving the village. In putting in place the temporary measures, It is proposed to use materials that are both functional and sympathetic to the public realm in Blackrock Village.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council are in the process of preparing a County-wide plan of temporary measures to address the challenges in the public realm resulting from COVID-19 to address public safety, mobility and to support the recovery of the local economy, and this County-wide plan will be completed in the next two weeks.