Active Travel Network Delivery Programme
The Active Travel Network will be delivered through a series of infrastructural projects.
These projects will expand the network from its existing 10km to a total of 310km across the city.
These projects will be coordinated by the Active Travel Programme Office, who are responsible for the delivery of 210km of the network. The final 90km of active travel infrastructure will be delivered by the BusConnects programme.
Active travel projects will be constructed over three delivery periods: 2022-2024, 2025-2027 and Post 2027.
25 projects are proposed to be delivered between 2022 and 2024.
These projects will be delivered at various locations throughout the city and will increase the total length of the Active Travel Network to 57km.
2025-2027 will see the delivery of 27 projects, covering a distance of 83km.
Increasing the total length of the Active Travel Network to 140km, the completion of this delivery phase will significantly increase network connectivity and interaction.
A further 28 projects are proposed for delivery beyond 2027, encompassing a distance of 80km.
The completion of these projects will conclude the Active Travel Programme’s Office existing delivery programme.
Active Travel Network - Interactive Map (GIS Map)
Two Active Travel GIS Maps have been developed to illustrate the following information:
- Dublin City's Active Travel Network, as delivered by Dublin City Council.
- Dublin City's Active Travel Network, as delivered by BusConnects.
- Sections of the Active Travel Network that have already been delivered.
The user will be able to search NTA Funded Projects by project name and see:
- The status of active travel projects.
- The project's delivery period (i.e. 2022-2024, 2025-2027 & Post 2027).
- When information relating to each project was last updated.
GIS MAP 1 (Mapzone - a simplified GIS platform) can be accessed here: ATN Map (dublincity.ie)
GIS MAP 2 (Feature Analyser - a more interactive GIS platform) can be accessed here: ATN Feature Analyser GIS