CASTLEMARKET WHERE THE NEW SURFACE UPSETS MANY DUBLINERS
Many are complaining, especially online, about Dublin City Council’s decision to remove the iconic red cobblestones [red brick pavers] from Castle Market so I decided to have a look.
Dublin City Council issued the following statement “There has been significant deterioration in the condition of the red brick pavers currently on Castlemarket due to constant loading from delivery trucks. This significant deterioration has caused bricks to loosen which has resulted in numerous trip hazards and an unsuitable surface for pedestrians. Road Maintenance Services’ contractor, SIAC BP, are replacing the area of red brick pavers with a beige coloured asphalt which is more pedestrian friendly while also being able to sustain the loading from delivery trucks. The beige colour is in keeping with other recent pedestrian area resurfacing around the city including Exchequer Street, Wicklow Street, Duke Street, South Anne Street and North Earl Street.”
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