NEWS IN BRIEF: Dublin City Council has said that is has so-far received over 6,000 submission regarding its Capel Street / Parliament Streer motor traffic-free streets initiative.
The council said: “With over 6000 submissions received so far, it is our biggest consultation ever.”
Our public consultation re the Capel St/Parliament St traffic-free streets initiative closes Monday 20th. With over 6000 submissions received so far, it is our biggest consultation ever. #HaveYourSay via: https://t.co/dAeGCm84X8 #CityRecovery #CapelSt #ParliamentSt #Dublin pic.twitter.com/LbE1bza9Iw— Dublin City Council (@DubCityCouncil) September 16, 2021
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