NEWS IN BRIEF: Dublin City Council plans to expand 30km/h to all local streets to its boundaries by September 2020 — this excludes main roads which will stay mainly at 50km/h.
The council has taken a practical approach of installing speed limit signs and returning at a later date to add measures or changes as street redesign projects start.
The council says in order to allow time to install the required signage, the speed limit for the areas are planned to come into operation on a phased basis: Part A (colour yellow) March, 31st 2020; Part B (colour blue) June 30th 2020; and Part C (colour coral) Sept 30th 2020.
Public consultation details are available on the council’s website.
IMAGE: Example of 30km/h slow zone signs.