SRA Regional Action Plan MatchUP Final Version February 2021

Regional Action Plan the Role of Modal Interchange to Foster Low Carbon Urban Mobility

1.2 Primary Policy Stakeholder

Dublin City Council (DCC), Culture, Recreation & Economic Services Directorate Local Authority Responsible Person: Donncha O’Dulaing, Senior Executive Officer

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DCCis theLocalAuthorityresponsible forhousingand community, roads and transportation,urbanplanning and development, amenity and culture and environment in Dublin City. Dublin City, which is the capital and largest city in Ireland is located on the east coast of Ireland at the mouth of the river Liffey, it has a population of 550,000 as per the 2016 census 2 . In 2010, Dublin was designated as a UNESCO City of Literature in recognition of its cultural profile and international standing as a city of literary excellence. 4 of Ireland’s 8 universities are located in Dublin and it has been designated as a UNESCO learning city 3 . Dublin City is ranked 3rd European City of the Future 2020/2021 by fDi Intelligence (a service from The Financial Times Ltd) 4 . DCC is responsible for developing, maintaining and managing the city’s road network, parking and road safety for the benefit of all citizens. DCC have obtained ERDF grant funding of €2.94 million to undertake public realm improvements under Priority 5 (6e) of the SEROP at Wolfe Tone Park, Temple Bar Square and Liffey Street costing €10 million to create a pedestrian friendly core and a North South pedestrian route linking key retail, tourism centres and transport connections. This will enable a greater balance between pedestrians and vehicles and create expanded pedestrian space.

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Artists Impression - Temple Bar Square Refurbishment

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