Prendergast highlights insufficient parking and poor road design on Citywest Avenue

Minister Chambers Lynda Prendergast Citywest Ave

Fianna Fáil candidate in the upcoming local elections Lynda Prendergast, has said she was pleased to welcome Minister of State at the Department of Transport Jack Chambers, to Citywest to discuss with him some of the issues faced by residents around Citywest Avenue and the surrounding estates.

Following the meeting the Tallaght South candidate said she was pleased to have the opportunity to raise several pressing issues faced by local residents with the Minister, including insufficient parking, poor road design, and public transport concerns.

“It was great to hear that Minister Chambers will discuss the road layout with the National Transport Authority, with a view to finding a solution for residents,” said Prendergast.  “The road design on Citywest Avenue has been a significant issue for our community, and it’s reassuring to know that steps are being taken to address it.

“During the Ministers visit, I also took the opportunity to raise the issue of the Luas timetable and capacity issues.”

Prendergast emphasised the importance of these discussions in improving the quality of life for local residents and expressed her commitment to continuing to advocate for the community. “I am pleased that Minister Chambers took the time to visit our area and engage in meaningful discussions about the issues that matter most to our residents. I will keep working diligently to ensure our community’s voices are heard and our needs are met,” she concluded.

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