Haverty Road - Filtered Permeability (Cul-de-sac except Cyclists) Trial

Closed 7 Mar 2023

Opened 21 Feb 2023


Dublin City Council implemented a Filtered Permeability (Cul-de-sac except Cyclists) trial on Haverty Road on Sunday 28th August 2022 for a 6 month trial period. The trial includes the provision of a series of bollards with appropriate traffic road markings and signage placed along the western end of Haverty Road.

Filtered permeability means that pedestrians, cyclists, local access and emergency access can use the street, while motorised cut-through traffic is prevented. The aim of the trial is to improve safety on the street and create a more liveable area for residents of Haverty Road and the surrounding roads.

Why your views matter

The Council are seeking views from the public to help inform the effectiveness of the scheme to alleviate transport issues in the area. A Non-Statutory Public Consultation is being held on the scheme from Tuesday 21st February 2023 until Tuesday 7th March 2023.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Traffic Planning and Movement
  • Pedestrian Movement
  • Cycling
  • Wayfinding
  • Urban Design