There are calls to expedite site visitors calming and security measures upfront of the South Kerry Greenway.
Cathaoirleach of the Kenmare Municipal District councillor Michael Cahill made the decision on the Kenmare Municipal District assembly.
He says plans are to start work for the South Kerry Greenway earlier than the top of the yr, including the council must get greenway prepared now.
Fianna Fáil councillor Michael Cahill’s interesting to the council to request Transport Infrastructure Eire instantly expedite site visitors calming and security measures in Glenbeigh village and out the Cahersiveen street, forward of works on the South Kerry Greenway.
These security works would come with provision of pedestrian crossings, the extension of footpaths and public lighting, extra automotive parking, a footbridge adjoining to Behy Bridge and a footpath from Behy Bridge to the quarry on Rossbeigh street.
Cllr Cahill says he’s afraid there’ll be huge points with the inflow of tourists, saying the greenway is probably going to herald a million folks annually.
The council says enchancment measures to the N70 by Glenbeigh village are being examined underneath present TII security programmes; it’s doubtless incremental measures might be launched over the approaching two to three years they usually’ll be deliberate having regard to the South Kerry Greenway.
The council says it’ll additionally search to utilise the agricultural grant schemes which might be offered by the Division of Rural and Group Improvement to handle public infrastructure and amenity enhancements within the village.