Dublin City Council in conjunction with the NTA are proposing to provide cycle facilities along the Strand Road to offer safe protected cycling for all ages and abilities, where none currently exists. A six month trial of a 2 way separated cycle track along Strand Road is proposed.
In July 2018, Ait Urbanism and Landscape Architects were appointed by Dublin City Council Parks, Biodiversity and Landscape Services to undertake an assessment of St. James’s Linear Park. The park takes its name from neighbouring St. James’s Hospital and encompasses over a kilometre of public open space alongside the ‘Red’ Luas line - beginning at Suir Road Bridge to the west and ending at Basin View to the east. Both Rialto and Fatima Luas stops are located between these two points.
We have published below our proposals for Section 5 of the scheme along Griffith Avenue between Turlough Parade and Malahide Road. If residents have particular concerns or suggestions regarding any of these proposals we would invite them to send them into us at [email protected] (with Griffith Ave in the subject bar).
Since 1989, the Lord Mayor’s Awards have honoured individuals and groups who have made a special contribution to both Dublin and its citizens. These Awards, usually held annually, are Dublin City’s way of acknowledging and congratulating them for the extraordinary work they do.