Inbound cycle path on Clontarf to City Centre project 95% opened

The inbound cycle path on the Clontarf to City Centre Cycle & Bus Priority Project is open now just short of its ending point outside of Connolly Station in Dublin City Centre.

There is still only a very short section of the outbound cycle path open, but some notable progress on the revamped footpaths and the building of the cycle path along the route — while some smaller sections have yet to be touched and there are also worksites along the route with large holes in the ground (see images below for different levels of progress).'s reader-funded journalism won't survive without your help. With over 762,000 views so-far this year, it's not just "avid cyclists" who read this website, but, if you want it to keep going, more support is needed from readers like you. Now, back to the article...

The inbound cycle path currently ends just before the railway bridge over the road at Connolly Station.

The construction teams are now mainly working on the outbound side of the road with the firm signs of the cycle path now visible but still not fully surfaced opposite Connolly Station, on North Strand Road and in Fairview.

At the Clontarf end of the project, a small section of the outbound cycle path is finished which allows for the cross-over to the C2CC route or to the Alfie Byrne Road cycle path which is currently being extended onto East Wall Road.

Images of the outbound side construction work:

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