Know Where You Stand…
on major Cycling & Walking Infrastructure projects across #DublinCentral.
Prior to Christmas, I asked officials in Dublin City Council to update me on the work undertaken so far on Walking & Cycling projects located within Dublin Central, which were the subject of a funding announcement by the Government, through the National Transport Authority.
In questioning those Council officials, I sought details of the work undertaken to date on each; the indicative route for each; the works involved in each; the cost of each and the timeframe for delivery of each; and if she will make a statement on the matter?
The information provided to me is listed below:
|Project Code||Project Name||Delivery Phase||Indicative Route||Project Cost (14/12/21)|
|DCC/12/0007||Royal Canal Greenway Phase 3||5: Detailed Design & Tender||Along the Royal Canal, from North Strand Road to Prospect Road||€938,513|
|DCC/12/0008||Liffey Cycle Route (part)||3: Preliminary Design||Parkgate Street, Wolfe Tone Quay, Sarsfield Quay, Ellis Quay, Arran Quay, Inns Quay, Ormond Quay Upper, Ormond Quay Lower, Bachelors Walk, Eden Quay, Custom House Quay||€835,271|
|DCC/12/0018||Point Junction||3: Preliminary Design||East Wall Road, from North Wall Quay to Sheriff Street Upper||€454,259|
|DCC/12/0033||Clontarf to City Centre (part)||5: Detailed Design & Tender||Amiens Street, North Strand Road||€2,729,744|
|DCC/13/0014||Royal Canal Greenway Phase 4||4: Planning & Statutory Approvals||Along the Royal Canal, from Prospect Road to Ashtown Road. Includes parts of Broombridge Road & Ashtown Road||€1,657,746|
|DCC/18/0002||Point Pedestrian & Cycle Bridge (part)||2: Concept & Options||Across the River Liffey, adjacent to Tom Clarke Bridge||€362,020|
|DCC/18/0003||Blood Stoney Bridge (part)||2: Concept & Options||Across the River Liffey at Blood Stoney Road||€970,120|
|DCC/19/0002||East Coast Trail (East Wall Road) (part)||4: Planning & Statutory Approvals||East Wall Road, Alfie Byrne Road||€5,897|
|DCC/19/0007||Grangegorman Toucan Crossings||6: Construction||Grangegorman Lower, outside TU Dublin campus||€65,463|
|DCC/19/0008||Grangegorman to Kevin Street (Portobello) (part)||1: Scope & Purpose||North King Street, Green Street, Little Green Street, Arran Street East||€31,986|
|DCC/21/0002||Parnell Street to Prussia Street||1: Scope & Purpose||Parnell Street, King’s Inns Street, Henrietta Street, Kings Inns Park, Constitution Hill, TU Dublin Campus||€0|
|DCC/21/0003||Bolton Street to Parliament Street (part)||1: Scope & Purpose||Bolton Street, Capel Street, Grattan Bridge||€0|
|DCC/21/0004||Amiens Street to George’s/City Quay (part)||1: Scope & Purpose||Amiens Street, Memorial Road, Talbot Bridge||€0|
|DCC/21/0005||Prospect Way||1: Scope & Purpose||Prospect Way, between Finglas Road & Botanic Road||€0|
|DCC/21/0010||Glasnevin to Clontarf||6: Construction||Griffith Avenue Extension, Griffith Avenue||€TBC|
|DCC/21/0014||Grangegorman to Thomas Street (part)||3: Preliminary Design||Grangegorman Lower, George’s Lane, Queen Street, Mellows Bridge||€TBC|
|DCC/21/0020||North Circular Road||1: Scope & Purpose||Infirmary Road, North Circular Road, Portland Row, Seville Place, Sheriff Street Upper||€TBC|
|DCC/21/0021||Drumcondra (Fairview) to Parnell Street (part)||1: Scope & Purpose||Luke Kelly Bridge, Ballybough Road, Summerhill Parade, Summerhill, Parnell Street||€0|
|DCC/21/0026||Tolka Greenway||2: Concept & Options||Along the River Tolka, from Annesley Bridge Road to St. Mobhi Road||€TBC|
|DCC/21/0028||Cabra to Blanchardstown (part)||2: Concept & Options||Ratoath Road||€TBC|
|DCC/21/0029||Chesterfield Avenue to Farmleigh||1: Scope & Purpose||Ordnance Survey Road, White’s Road||€0|
|DCC/21/0030||Chesterfield Avenue||1: Scope & Purpose||From Conyngham Road to Castleknock Road||€0|
For more information on the specific funding allocations provided for each project through the 2022 Active Transport Scheme, please check out www.PaschalDonohoe.ie.
raymcadam View All
Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City
Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee
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