Category: Infrastructure

Active Travel is the term used to describe travelling under your own energy for a purpose. At its simplest form, it means travelling by walking and cycling. However, given the capital expenditure invested in providing increased infrastructure around motorised transport over the past 30 years, it is difficult for active travel and vulnerable road users

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A DMURS Quality Audit (QA) is a defined process independent of the design team. However, it requires involvement through the project’s planning, design and construction stages to ensure that high-quality infrastructure or streetscapes are delivered and maintained. The DMURS Quality Audit process is applied to new highway, traffic management or public realm projects. The QA

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By their very nature, development projects are complex. Numerous elements must be considered to ensure developments satisfy planning requirements and that the proposed scheme can be constructed according to quality and compliance standards.  Design teams can often overlook the detailed design of road infrastructure during the planning stages. The crucial details of new internal roadways, public road access or junctions are

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Active travel is travelling with a purpose – walking as part of a commute to work, cycling to the shop or scooting to school are all considered active travel, whereas walking or cycling for purely leisure purposes are not. Active travel will play an important role in diversifying the transport modal share in Ireland. This

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In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on urban traffic congestion and air pollution. This has led to Dublin Transportation Office issuing an Advice Note on Mobility Management Plans with respect to transport management at individual premises. The National Transport Agency also issued “Achieving Effective Workplace Travel Plans: Guidance for Local Authorities,” containing guidelines

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