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#DublinCentral Roads & Footpath Programme 2022 – Confirmed

As Chair of the Dublin Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council, I can confirm that more than €2.6m will be spent in 2022 as part of the Roads & Footpath Improvement Programme.

The Roads Maintenance Department confirmed the final list of streets to be improved this year, by means of a Council Question at the February meeting of the Central Area Committee. Just as I have done throughout my time as your City Councillor, I have worked to greatly enhance the quality of our streetscape and our local roads and footpaths are safer to use and travel on. For as long as I am a City Councillor, I will continue to secure funding to continue these improvements.

Resurfacing works will take place across:

  • North King Street (between Church Street & Queen Street)
  • Phibsborough Road-Prospect Road (between Connaught Street & Lindsay Road)
  • Stoneybatter (between Blackhall Place & No.202 Stoneybatter)
  • Manor Street (between Stoneybatter & Kirwan Street)
  • O’Connell Street Patch (opposite The Spire)
  • Custom House Quay (Scherzer Bridge carriageway)
  • Navan Road (2 Patches)
  • River Road Wall Reconstruction
  • Parnell Square East
  • Dominick Lane (Junction with Dominick Street Lower)
  • St. Eithne Road/St. Fintan’s Terrace (Patches)
  • Charleville Road, Cabra
  • West Road
  • Hawthorn Avenue

Substantial footpath improvements will also take place along:

  • Navan Road (between Kinvara Ave. & Ashtown Roundabout)
  • Finglas Road (between Dalcassian Downs & Prospect Way)
  • Hewardine Terrace
  • Frankfort Cottages
  • Lindsay Road (Tree Trips)
  • West Road (between Hawthorn Terrace & East Wall Road)
  • Offaly Road
  • Nephin Road

It is my expectation that these works will take place from August onwards. If you have any specific questions or queries about this year’s Roads & Footpath Improvement Programme, please get in touch with me at

raymcadam View All

Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City

Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee

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