“There will always be losers.” That’s what Dublin City Manager Owen Keegan said when Sarah McInerney asked him about access to Dublin for people with mobility problems. She pressed him. There will be vehicular access to the city. But not all of the city. And not all of the time. He is responding, he says, … Continue reading Disabled? Problems with mobility? Sorry. Looks like you’re one of Owen Keegan’s losers.
A couple of years ago, Dublin City Council removed a couple of parking spaces on Jervis Street which had been reserved for disabled drivers. It was done to facilitate traffic entering and leaving the Jervis Shopping Centre car park. They were never replaced. That might not seem like a bit deal to most people. But … Continue reading Yes, let’s get cars out of Dublin City centre.But wouldn’t it help if we had an underground railway as promised – in 1970.