Tralee MD invites opinions on pedestrianisation of The Mall in Tralee
The Tralee Municipal District is inviting submissions from members of the public as part of a review of the part-pedestrianisation of The Mall in Tralee.
Since December 2017, following significant investment in Tralee Town Centre under the Active Travel Project, The Mall had been closed to traffic between the hours of 10.30am and 6.00pm, seven days a week.
At the time the pedestrianisation was introduced, Kerry County Council committed to reviewing the matter after nine months and to invite feedback from the community on how the system was working. Kerry County Council are now encouraging everyone businesses and the general public to have their say on how well the pedestrianisation is operating.
Mayor of Tralee, Cllr Graham Spring said: ‘When we voted last November to introduce the current system of pedestrianisation on the Mall, we made a firm commitment to review it after nine months to assess the impact on motorists, pedestrians, shoppers and businesses. Now we would like to hear what the people of Tralee and further afield think.
‘This is an informal consultation with the public but I hope that people will engage with it before we decide on the future pedestrianisation system which might apply in The Mall,’ he said.
Anyone with a submission, comment or observation should e-mail email@example.com using ‘The Mall’ in the message line or write to the Tralee Municipal District Officer, Tralee Municipal District, Princes’ Quay, Tralee before the deadline of Friday, 28 September 2018.
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