The Road Safety Working Together Group (RSWTG) meets on a quarterly basis and is made up of various stakeholders from An Garda Síochána, Dublin Fire Service, An Taisce, Dublin Cycling Campaign, TII, and RSA. The RSWTG meets to implement an action plan that supports road safety for all road users.
From excessive congestion to poor air quality, reliance on private cars in urban centres can have a host of negative impacts on how we experience our county.
South Dublin County Council is establishing a Smart Mobility Hub to help alleviate these problems by providing innovative solutions for council staff’s work-related travel.
The Smart Mobility Hubs allow council staff to commute to work by public transport, but, using bespoke booking apps, access e-cars, e-bikes and push-bikes for work travel throughout the day. South Dublin County Council have agreed to take 1 electric car and 2 e-bikes as a pilot project. Charging points for e-bikes have been installed at County Hall.