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With the end of the recent housing boom in Dublin, Ireland, it is perhaps a good time to analyze how the commuting and development patterns have been impacted by this unprecedented level of housing construction in recent years. In this research, the authors focus specifically on the commuting patterns of those individuals living in the newest housing stock to see how these patterns adhere to the Irish government's stated transportation and sustainability goals. Data from the 2006 Census ofdoi:10.3390/en4050727 fatcat:z5tiu7onkbcpxoy7flq3mdiisi