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Fingal County Council

About us

Country: Ireland

With a population of 296.214, Fingal County is the second most populous county in the state of Ireland. The County is established in 1994 when the County of Dublin was divided in three smaller counties. The highest populated town is Swords with around 43.000 inhabitants.

Smart City Status: Fingal County is part of the Smart Dublin initiative and is represented at the steering committee by representatives of its council. Being part of this groundbreaking inivtiative, Fingal County is a role county focused on driving innnovation and developing solutions which adress complex challenges.

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Use Cases




Blanchardstown Smart Public Mobility Hubs

Reducing our reliance on private cars is an important step towards decarbonisation, improving mobility and reducing congestion. In 2020, Fingal County Council launched an innovative, new Public Mobility Hub, providing citizens with shared, sustainable and accessible public mobility options.



Route4U: Helping to Improve Physical Accessibility

The project Route4U collected data on physical obstacles to improve accessibility for people with reduced mobility.



School Streets: Improving safety and wellbeing for primary school pupils

Launched in November 2019, the Fingal County Council School Streets initiative explores how car-free zones outside schools can create safer, cleaner and more environmentally friendly spaces.


Unheard Voices SBIR Challenge

The challenge aimed to find new, technological solutions to help individuals and groups engage with their local authority, focusing on young people, migrant groups, and others not traditionally reached with existing methods.


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