Updated drawings for the planned Clontarf Cycle Route with greater segregation of the cycle paths have been shown to Dublin City councillors.
The Clontarf Cycle Route is to run fromClontarf
The approved Clontarf route ends outside Connolly train station, but there are yet-to-be published plans also to extend the route to the quays.
Cllr Naoise Ó Muirí (FG), who posted a presentation online, said:
For anyone interested in the #FairviewCycleway project I’ve uploaded the most recent presentation here – you’ll get a sense for the level of detailed design involved in getting the route right: https://t.co/vgVKtxhWK3 @dublincycling @IrishCycle
— #343 (@naoiseomuiri) March 4, 2019
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