Finally a new cycle route proposed for Dublin quays for 2020

Posted in: Commuting
By Dublin City Council
Feb 27, 2020 - 7:37:12 PM


A temporary Liffey cycle route is being proposed for Dublin's quays at a cost of €800,000 pending design of a permanent structure.

In a report to councillors Dublin City Council Chief Executive Owen Keegan said a permanent Liffey cycle route would not be completed before 2024.

In the meantime, the council is proposing to use plastic bollards called 'Orcas' to segregate sections of the quays for cyclists. These are currently used on Leeson Street near the junction with St Stephen's Green.

However some parts of the quays cannot be segregated because of the lack of space and on these sections cyclists will have to share with buses on road space which will become 24 /7 bus and cycle lanes.

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