About the Active Travel Network
Hanlon’s Corner Pedestrian & Cycling Improvements Interim Scheme Consultation Here
Raheny to Kilbarrack Walking and Cycling Interim Scheme Consultation Here
North Circular Road Walking and Cycling Interim Scheme
Kilbarrack Road to Oscar Traynor Road Walking and Cycling Interim Scheme
Ratoath Road Walking and Cycling Interim Scheme
Dublin City Council’s Active Travel Network will enhance quality of life by connecting all people through the delivery of a walk-wheel-cycle network. This will be achieved by improving access, connectivity and sustainable mobility and will also contribute to a citywide reduction of transport-related carbon emissions. Over the next nine years, the active travel network will grow from its existing 10km to a connected network of 310km across the city. This will offer a network of projects that are safer, inclusive and more sustainable.
Dublin City Council is developing a safer, inclusive, and sustainable walk-wheel-cycle network.
A safer and connected active travel network will be achieved by:
- Incorporating segregated cycle lanes at suitable locations
- Widening and decluttering footpaths
- Considering the additional requirements of impaired users
- Promoting biodiversity through tree planting and landscaping
- Engendering social interaction by enhancing communal spaces
This is a transportation initiative being delivered by Dublin City Council and funded by the National Transport Authority.