A near-1km two-way cycle path planned on south quays between Ha’penny Bridge and Docklands — which this website reported on in February — is still being progressed by Dublin City Council, according to an update to councillors.
The two-way cycle path would connected directly to the existing two-way cycle path along the south quays in the Docklands which links in with Royal and Grand Canal cycle routes, the cycle path on North Wall Quay, the Clontarf route which is under construction, and shorter links such as the Lombard Street route.
The Liffey Cycle Route combined with bus priority measures are designated as part of the Pathfinder project and an advancement of the project is also expected to be part of the forthcoming revision of the City Centre Transport Plan.
In the shorter term, a written update to councillors ahead of their monthly meeting last night outlined how the council is to issue a tender to seek a company to build the two-way cycle path by the end of September.
The report said: “The tender for engagement of Contractors for the Liffey Cycle Route Scheme from Georges Quay to Aston Quay is expected to be issued in Q3 2023.”
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The council also said that the work on the more minor interventions on Eden Quay “are currently progressing well” — these measures mainly include pained cycle lanes between bus stops and traffic lanes, with the removal of the slip-like turn before Custom House.