Following the successful "Spring Parking Promotion" at Cork City Council’s multi-storey car parks and the Black Ash park and ride , Cork City Council is delighted to announce additional free parking services commencing October14th, to assist shoppers in the city centre. This will run from October 14th to November 22nd.
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indicating the expected arrival times for the next 3 buses arriving will be made available at over 500 bus stops in Dublin and Cork. The scheme is being undertaken by the Local Authorities and the Department of Transport has arranged funding for the provision of RTPI displays and infrastructure. The installation of RTPI will cater for some key bus routes in Metropolitan Cork. The estimated arrival times of buses as calculated on the Bus Éireann fleet management system will be communicated to the RTPI server based in Dublin City Council which will then broadcast the data to each specific bus stop in Cork.
The renewal scheme for Corn Market Street is being undertaken on a phased basis and incorporates a cut stone construction which follows on from St. Patrick’s Street and Daunt’s Square. Already a very attractive streetscape is evident as Phase I, which takes the renewal to Kyle Street, is nearing completion.....
The scheme to improve the level of service for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users on routes to and from Ballincollig is being managed by Cork City Council.
In order to promote safer cycling from a young age, Cork City Council would like to subsidise the purchase of up to two balance bikes by Crèches or other Childcare providers in Cork City.
The Parking Section of this website is currently being updated........