Dublin's College Green Hosting Car Free Day

Dublin's College Green is set to go car-free this Sunday, 22 September, as part of European Mobility Week.

The event will highlight the environmental and health benefits of a sustainable urban mobility culture.

The surrounding area in Dublin City Centre will be closed to motorised traffic and cyclists from 7am to 7pm to facilitate a variety of fun activities and events.

Road closures include:

• Dame Street, George's Street junction, to College Green

• No vehicle access to Anglesea Street from Dame Street

• No vehicle access from Fownes Street Upper to Dame Street

• No vehicle access to Foster Place South

• No vehicle access to Cope Street

• No vehicle access to Dame Street from College Green

• No vehicle access from Church Lane to Dame Street

• No vehicle access to Trinity Street from Dame Street

• No vehicle access to St. Andrew's Street from Dame Street.


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