Sometimes, people just don’t think. There is lots of talk now about reducing the number of cars going into our towns and cities and, indeed, banning them altogether in the Phoenix Park. It would be lovely. Indeed, it would be lovely if all the jets in the world were grounded so they didn’t belch their … Continue reading Locking the gates of the Phoenix Park may very well exclude the disabled too
“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.
This is just a quick look at some of the RULES OF THE ROAD in Ireland for now and the coming decades. PEDESTRIANS: Pedestrians should only cross the road wherever they like. Things like pedestrian lights and zebra crossings are only there for decoration. There is little point in using them as motorists and cyclists … Continue reading THE RULES OF THE ROAD 2019-2020 RIALACHA AN BHÓTHAIR 2019-2020