Transport « Limerick Greens

By: Limerick Greens  05/12/2011

Have your say On Monday 23rd August 2010, Limerick City councillors are to meet in the Chamber and discuss the proposed Green Route from The Crescent Shopping Centre right through to the city. On part of the route, which runs via Ballinacurra and O’Connell Avenue, the proposal dedicates a lane to public transport – bus, [..]

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