Re: Re: well what about the developments popping up in the shannonside ?
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FEARS that the pedestrianisation of Limerick city centre will cause traffic mayhem has forced City Hall into a new traffic plan.
An inner city orbital route has been mooted by Arup, Consulting Engineers.
A number of recommendations are listed in three options provided by Arup. Under one option provided, it is recommended that Henry Street, between Honan’]
A number of recommendations are listed in three options provided by Arup. Under one option provided, it is recommended that
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Henry Street, between Honan’s Quay and Shannon Street be converted from one-way northbound to two-way traffic:
Reversion of the direction of traffic flow on Henry Street between Lower Mallow Street and Shannon Street from one-way northbound to one-way southbound:
Provision of restricted turning movements at the junction of Henry Street/Lower Mallow Street and O’Connell Street/Mallow Street:
Question: How will access to the various multi storey car parks along Henry Street fare out?
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Conversion of O’Connell Street between Mallow Street and Cecil Street from one-way southbound to two-way traffic:
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Construction of a new road link between Cathedral Place and Sexton Street:
Provision of new traffic signals at High Street/Wickham Street:
Question: Would traffic on Sexton Street flow in both directions?
Question: Safety concerns for 3.000+ Pupils attending Sexton C.B.S and Presentation schools?
Question: Would St. John’s Pavilion Hall have to be demolished?
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Conversion of Broad Street from two-way to one-way northbound.
Why not extend the one way system on over Baal’s Bridge and on along Mary Street? Traffic leaving the city via Broad Street / junction Baal’s bridge, could then turn right on to the Dublin road without having to wait for on coming traffic to pass by.