Grangegorman to Broadstone walking and cycling link opens

Dublin’s newest public space, the long awaited Broadstone Plaza, opened earlier today. It means a shared walking and cycling link from Broadstone to Grangegorman is now fully open 24/7.

This link in turn links to Grangegorman Lower and to a time-restricted access across the TU Dublin campus to Stoneybatter.

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Grangegorman Lower was also upgraded last year to include filtered permeability bollards which stopped rat running and increased the number of children cycling to school.

The Grangegorman Development Agency said: “The Broadstone Plaza is now open! This key pedestrian/cyclist access links Grangegorman to the wider city. It extends the existing route from Grangegorman Lower which is now open 24/7.”


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