Transport chiefs in Cork have promised a “soft and subtle” reboot of the controversial car ban on the city’s main street, insisting the measure is vital to avoid chronic traffic congestion and secure up to €200m in investment in public transport.
Half-price parking deals, an extended park and ride bus service, and new city centre set-down areas are part of a package of measures planned as part of the reintroduction of the controversial afternoon car ban on Cork City’s main street.
The Menu will be taking an extremely well-travelled road out to Blarney to help launch the second annual Old Butter Roads Food Trails Festival in The Church of the Resurrection, at 3pm on May 5, a producer- and supplier-led initiative that he is only too delighted to support.
Cork broadband entrepreneur Dave McDonald started his Nova Broadband business in 2004. Mr McDonald says he been on a learning curve ever since but that the hard yards travelled have been worth it