Intro Text 

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council installed state-of-the-art technology at three locations along George’s St, Dún Laoghaire in May 2021. The technology analyses road user movements on a continuous 24/7/365 basis and provides highly accurate, robust data on footfall flows and movement patterns. The counters are located at:

  • George’s St Upper
  • Marine Road junction
  • George’s St Lower

The sensors are able to automatically recognise and provide data for different road user classifications including: pedestrian movements, cyclists, cars, motorbikes, vans, lorries, HGVs and buses. The reports presented here focus on pedestrian movements per week in each of the three zones. No images or personal data, including mobile phone data, is captured or stored in the process.

Key figures

  • Highest recorded pedestrian movements in a day to date reached 34,421 on Saturday 22/05/2021
  • Average number of daily pedestrian movements is 25,513
  • Highest number of pedestrian movements recorded in a week was on week comencing 23/08/2021 with a total of 205,608
  • Average number of weekly pedestrian movements is 178,590
  • Usual daily peak time is from 12:00 to 01:00 pm

 

You can also download the weekly reports from the list below:

 

Week starting 13th of September 2021

Week starting 6th of September 2021

Week starting 30th of August 2021

Week starting 23rd of August 2021

Week starting 16th of August 2021

Week starting 9th of August 2021

Week starting 2nd of August 2021

Week starting 26th of July 2021

Week starting 19th of July 2021

Week starting 12th of July 2021

Week starting 5th of July 2021

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