European Car Free Day will introduce traffic control in 700 cities and towns in Europe tomorrow.
Five Irish cities and towns will be involved, with drivers in these areas being asked to leave their cars at home as much as possible.
The main purpose of this event is to show how cities and towns will become more comfortable and safe if they rely more on alternatives to private cars.
In Dublin, all traffic is banned on streets, including customs terminals. （
Beresford Memorial Road)
From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. , Fishamble St, Essex St East, Crane Lane, Sycamore St, Eustace St, Fownes St Upper, Cope St, Angleesa St, Dawson St. (St.
Stephens Green goes to Morsworth Street. )
And west of Merrill Lynch Square, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
The following streets will be reserved for pedestrians, bicycles, motorcycles, public transport and commercial vehicles from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. （
Loading and unloading only)
And cars displaying parking permits for the disabled. O'Connell St (Western side -
Prince Street to Panel Street)O'Connell Street（Eastern side -
Parnell St to Abbey St and Abey St to Eden Quay
Talbot Street, Ollier Street, Westmoreland Street, University Street, University Green Street, Notre Dame Street（South.
Saint-to-University of Great George (Green)
Suffolk Street, Church Lane, Grafton Street（College Green -Nassau St)and Nassau St (Grafton St -Dawson St).
Traffic will be restricted to entry lanes on the following streets: Christchurch Square, Lord Edward Street and Notre Dame from Parliament Street to South George Street.
Maintain local traffic as much as possible.
It is suggested that the East connecting bridge in the eastern part of the city centre and the church street, bridge street, high street, Nicholas street, Patrick street and Krassier street in the western part of the city centre should be used for the north/south direct traffic.
It is suggested that East/West direct traffic be maintained and the wharf will be open to all traffic except customs wharf. At customs wharf, traffic will be transferred to customs wharf through Beresford Square and Memorial Road.
It is hoped that traffic using Dawson Street will be diverted through Kildar Street, Molesworth Street and Dawson Street, allowing two-way traffic from St. Stephen Green Street to Molesworth Street during the closure period.
In Kirk, cars will not be allowed to extend from Graton Street to Panel Square on some streets of the city's central island, in the area between the two rivers of the Lee River.
All nine downtown parking lots will remain open with no streets in them-
The free zone is more than 150 meters away from the multi-purpose airport. -Floor parking lot.
However, buses, taxis, taxis, ambulances and drivers with disabilities will have full access to the city centre.
The delivery truck will pass through Patrick Street and Grand Parade completely, except between 11 o'clock. 00am and 2. 00pm. The car-
The Freedom Zone will be bounded by Graton Street, Bachelor's Pier, Ravet Pier, Merchant's Pier, Panell Square, South Shopping Center and Washington Street.
No parking area will take effect from 6 days. 00am until 9.
At 0 p. m. , with the exception of Patrick Street and the Grand Parade, it will take effect from 9 p. m. 30am until 4. 30pm.
Starting at Victoria Cross Station next to the Kingsley Hotel, Park and ride services run every 10 minutes.
Cyclists are encouraged to use bicycles, and the company provides special safe bicycle parking lots at parades and Patrick Street.
The city centre of Limerick has been closed to traffic since 10 a. m. -
At 8 p. m. , as part of the European Car Free Day, parking restrictions will be imposed on several other downtown streets from 8 a. m.
Starting at 10 a. m. , the entire downtown area will be on foot, including the O'Connell section from William Street to Glentworth Street, and the adjacent streets of Catherine Street and Henry Street.
From 8 a. m. , there will be parking restrictions on William Street, Marlowe Street and Henry Street.
The city's umbrella project will provide Street theatres from 12. 30pm.
A demonstration of electric and solar bicycles and a new hybrid electric vehicle will also be on display.
Limerick Corporation has started monitoring noise in the city centre today to see how noise levels compare to car-free days.
Gaowei Company announced the establishment of a "car restricted zone" in the city center from 9 th. 00am to 5. 00pm;
Organize parks and cycling services from Yanshan to Al Square;
Commuters are encouraged to carpool, and demonstration activities of electric bicycles and cars are organized.
Car-free zones extend from walkable downtown areas to Ailei Square and many adjacent streets, including Ellington Street on the city's main arteries.
Acting city manager Martina Maloney said that only public and commercial vehicles, or vehicles driven by disabled people, or people with resident permits, were allowed to enter the "isolation zone".
Bus "Irene" and private city direct service will reduce fares;
Temporary bicycle fleets will be installed and the attitude of the day will be investigated.