SRA Regional Action Plan MatchUP Final Version February 2021

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

Wolfe Tone Square Improvement Plan

DCC will obtain planning permission to undertake the public realm improvements, will tender for the construction and will oversee the construction phase to be completed by December 2021. As part of this process, DCC will also integrate recommendations from SRA, arising from learnings from MATCH-UP, into these public realm improvements. This will involve participating in the new implementation stage SRA are now seeking to introduce for projects already approved under the SEROP Priority (6e) “Public Realm Improvements” to improve low carbon mobility and modal interchange as outlined under Action 1. Yes. The elected members are providing political support at a local level to DCC to improve the policy instrument by agreeing to incorporate SRA recommendations into these public realm improvements to improve low carbon urbanmobility and modal interchange as outlined under Action 1.

Does this organisation provide political backing to the implementation of the policy improvement? If yes, how?

Table 1.2: Details of Primary Policy Stakeholder participating in policy improvement design and implementationinformation

Southern Regional Assembly | Regional Action Plan


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