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Urban studies (Planning and development), Transport planning and social aspects of transport
This paper looks at the challenges and opportunities posed in delivering sustainable transport for an education, health and mixed use campus development at Grangegorman, Dublin. It looks the transport strategy for the largely pedestrian development, which places emphasis on sustainable modes. The paper looks at how existing positive modal split of the Dublin Institute of Technology can be maintained and improved in the relocation of the Institute to a consolidated campus and how other users can be encouraged to adopt sustainable modes of transport. Work conducted to date on active mobility management for users of the Grangegorman campus is described.
Prendergast, T., Brick, E., Kelly, R. and Horan, P. (2016) Delivering Sustainable Transport for the Grangegorman Urban Quarter. Irish Transport Research Network Conference, Dublin, June 2016.