Church Lane Car Park. Nose to kerb parking, pelican crossing. Behind the SuperValu block is the customer car park with provision for one hour. Church lane car park provide car parking for 40 cent an hour or €2 a day. Abbey Lane car park for 50 cent an hour. Car park behind Lawlor’s charging €1 per hour. New multi-storey is advertising weekly and monthly tickets. Wide street. Main street is mainly 2/3 storey. Bollards at intervals along The Green. Irons hangers on telegraph poles for flower baskets. Square paving stones along footpath. Regular street lights mounted on telegraph poles. A pelican crossing between the post office and the Presbyterian Church Pay and display parking is enforced throughout the town centre. Bus Eireann bus stops throughout the town some with glass shelters. Footpaths are made of both concrete and tar on both side of the road into the town from the north. Outside the St Daniel’s Primary School and shops on the Dublin Road (Railway Terrace) divided by grass verging with wood seating and litter bins providing a buffer from traffic on the Dublin Road. There is a wide pavement, seating, telephones, bus shelter, trees, planters and a taxi rank located at Popular House on Popular Square. Presbyterian Church, taxi ranks at Popular House on Popular Square and beside the Presbyterian Church on south Main Street. Bus terminus located close to Presbyterian Church on Main Street south. Ramps along Corban’s Lane. Corban’s Lane serves the backlands and staff parking for some shops and services along Main Street.
There are some outlets along this lane but is used primarily for schools, car parking and some residential. A motte and bailey are located on Abbey Lane. Abbey Lane provides access to the canal walk from Main Street. There is seating along the canal. Harbour Place includes a Health Centre, Library, FAS centre and pedestrian paving.
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