IMAGES: Council consults further on design of Royal Canal cycleway and park

Dublin City Council are conducting community engagement on a section of the Royal Canal Greenway between the Docklands and North Strand Road. 

The project has already gained planning approval but the council is responding to local residents’ requests for on-going engagement.

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Details can be found at and most of the images are below.

Submissions can be emailed to or posted to Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route Phase II Community Engagement, Environment and Transportation Department,
Dublin City Council, Block 2 Floor 6, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8. 

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  1. It looks like they are going to have a 3m wide 2 way cycle lane where there is space to have a wider lane as there is no obstruction at either side of the cycle lane, and then have a 2.5m wide lane with a fence/wall beside it on the new bridge, Where you need a wider cycle lane to avoid hitting the fence/wall


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