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Challenge / Goal

The challenge was to reduce the dependence on private cars and encourage more sustainable modes of transport, such as walking, cycling and public transport. The goal was to create a more attractive and vibrant city center that would benefit residents, visitors and businesses.


  - Introducing lower speed limits and traffic calming measures in the city center 
 - Creating more pedestrian zones and widening footpaths on key streets 
 - Installing more bike lanes and bike parking facilities 
 - Improving public transport services and accessibility 
 - Providing incentives and support for local businesses to adapt to the changes 
 - Engaging with stakeholders and the public through consultations, surveys and campaigns


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Time period

Planning time
1 to 2 years

Service providers

Cork City Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, Cork Chamber of Commerce

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