@rtenews
RTÉ News
a month ago
A hike in city centre parking charges of up to 300% is among measures being considered by the Department of Transport in a bid to encourage a greater shift to more sustainable forms of travel in Dublin, Cork, Waterford, Limerick, and Galway |
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@club_clare
ClareCannabisClub
a month ago
@rtenews Imagine if they actually provided us with services such as train, bus, tram and cycle that actually fucking worked.. what a concept..
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@Yvonne_Ryves
Yvonne Ryves
a month ago
@rtenews How are we supposed to use public transport safely when cases are so high? Explain please!
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@barraseaclaid
barraseaclaid
a month ago
@rtenews After a long painful decline and having suffered a series of poor traffic management decisions, out of town retail parks, and extortionate parking costs The death has occurred of Waterford City Centre. @kilkennyCity has your back 👀👀😒 @wlrfm @damienwlr
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@gerardbreen
Ernesto Che Guevara
a month ago
@rtenews Way to kill the city shopping , people will now go to retail parks and shopping centres even more now
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@Chris_afec
Chris
a month ago
@rtenews That'll do nothing but line someone's pockets. Driving in the city is shit. If I had better options, I'd already be using them. If they want people not to drive in the cities, there needs to be much, much better public transport.
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@niall1405
Niall Kelly
a month ago
@rtenews Are they not trying to encourage shoppers back to the city centre ? its a mess.
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