another new pedestrian bridge for dublin

another new pedestrian bridge for dublin

Postby Paul Clerkin » Thu Nov 30, 2000 10:43 am

todays indo -

"Meantime, Dublin Corporation improvements to Parnell Square, the Garden of Remembrance, Cathedral St and Marlborough St will be undertaken next year, together with a new pedestrian bridge across the Liffey between Hawkins St and Marlborough St. "

anyone know anything about this?
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Postby eoin » Thu Nov 30, 2000 2:02 pm

it's shown in the o'connell street integrated area plan of 2 years ago
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Postby LOB » Thu Nov 30, 2000 3:46 pm

I heard about this in the corporation over a year ago, but since then nothing!-there is also talk of upgrading and reopening the leinster market(link from hawkins street to D'olier street beside The GAS building
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Postby LOB » Thu Nov 30, 2000 4:24 pm

The Integrated Area Plan for O'Connell Street http://www.dublincorp.ie/dublin/oconniap2.html
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Postby GregF » Fri Dec 01, 2000 3:24 pm

Please will they ever get their fingers out and get all of these projects rolling. O' Connell street as we all know is crying out for help. It is a dying lady and a crying shame. Build the Spire, build the mall,upgrade the street and Moore street too. Don't listen to thatever present section of our society whether Dub or Culchie forever hindering but never offering. Just do it.
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Postby LOB » Fri Dec 08, 2000 2:15 pm

Anyone know who will be designing this bridge?
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Postby andy » Wed Dec 20, 2000 3:41 am

couldn't agree more, Greg.
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