Denny Street Is Looking Good As A Two-Way Street

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Mayor of Tralee, Terry O’Brien, with members of the Tralee Chamber Alliance Marketing Group Celene Moloney, Leonie Flaherty, Heather O’Sullivan, Helen Griffin and Sandra Rusk with Michael Scannell of Kerry County Council, on Denny Street on Monday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

DENNY Street became a two-way street again this morning and the reaction has been a very positive one so far from the public and traders.

The parallel parking makes a noticeable difference to the width of the street and traffic was flowing freely both ways at around noon today when we visited the Ashe Memorial Hall for its rededication.

“The street looks absolutely beautiful,” said Heather O’Sullivan of the┬áTralee Chamber Alliance Marketing Group.

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“It’s been well-received and we’re looking forward now to the rest of the work being completed as soon as possible. We think the town is really accessible to people now and it’s easier to access the car parks at Parklands and St John’s,” said Heather.

Mayor of Tralee, Terry O’Brien, was also enthusiastic about the new look street.

“It looks absolutely fantastic, I’ve had about 10 calls with people noting the difference it makes to the flow of traffic and how clean and wide it is. The vibes are very positive,” he said.

One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    Denny Street looks great with the works now done. However, the works on the mall need to be done far more quickly – it seems like a joke having a completion date of November!
    They should work weekends, late evening or even nights to get it done and get the town centre back to normal.