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Transport alternatives to be discussed at Limerick event this Tuesday

Transport alternatives to be discussed at a Limerick event — named Transport for Limerick — this Tuesday. The meeting will take place in City Hall, Merchants Quay, Limerick at 7pm on Tuesday 21st of January.

Organisers describe the event as: “a series of short presentations from different groups reflecting on transport alternatives and transit life in Limerick. Organised by the Limerick Cycling Campaign, Limerick City Centre Business Forum, the Limerick Chapter of the Irish Georgian Society, Limerick Pedestrian Network, Limerick Cycle Bus, and other groups and individuals.”

They added: “The event will follow the Pecha Kucha format where each presentation consists of 20 slides, with 20 seconds allowed for each slide. The mission is to further inform the conversation around the consultation period of the Limerick Shannon Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy which is due to go for public consultation in early 2020 and to ensure that Limerick becomes a sustainable transport city, as prioritised in the Strategy.”

Registration is at eventbrite.ie.

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