Dublin city council is looking to double the numbers walking and triple cycling in the capital, as it predicts an 80 per cent reduction in capacity on public transport.
It's published it's mobility plan as businesses prepare to reopen.
It's identifed 14 key routes into the city centre that will see significant changes to traffic.
Bus routes will be diverted, with fewer stops while speed limits may be cut on a number of routes to 30 km per hour.
Car parks will remain open but alternatives - where motorists park on the outskirts of the city and walk or cycle the rest of their journey are being looked at.
At College Green, space for walkers and cyclists will be increased and as bus services are diverted - a phased pedestrianisation will be implemented.