Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council installed state-of-the-art technology at Dundrum Main St in December 2022. The technology analyses road user movements on a continuous 24/7/365 basis and provides highly accurate, robust data on footfall flows and movement patterns. The sensors are able to automatically recognise and provide data for different road user classifications including: pedestrian movements, cyclists, cars, motorbikes, vans, lorries, HGVs and buses. No images or personal data, including mobile phone data, is captured or stored in the process.

Key Figures

  • Highest recorded pedestrian movements in a day to date reached 16,633 on Friday 22/12/2023
  • Average number of daily pedestrian movements is 7,872
  • Highest number of pedestrian movements recorded in a week was on week commencing 19/06/2023 with a total of 67,897
  • Average number of weekly pedestrian movements is 55,034


May Footfall Report

There was a 1% Increase on the footfall in Dundrum compared to May 2023. The footfall in the area generally follows an expected pattern, with higher footfall going into the weekends. Weather has major influence on the footfall where adverse weather conditions  days usually limits the footfall numbers. The highest recorded footfall was on Friday 31st May with a total of 9,721. Below is the footfall comparison performance chart for the month of  May in Dundrum.


Dundrum February  report

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