Dublin Traffic Robert Siegel talks with Ray Kennedy, senior reporter for RTE Radio in Dublin, Ireland. Kennedy describes the traffic congestion in Dublin and explains the city's controversial new traffic system, which employs signs containing up to nine pieces of information based on junction reference numbers and color coding.
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Robert Siegel talks with Ray Kennedy, senior reporter for RTE Radio in Dublin, Ireland. Kennedy describes the traffic congestion in Dublin and explains the city's controversial new traffic system, which employs signs containing up to nine pieces of information based on junction reference numbers and color coding.