Kilkenny residents are being invited to have their say on two plans for linked cycle routes proposed for Kilkenny Metropolis and one other for rural biking. The general public session is now open to make submissions for 22 counties together with Kilkenny.
Cllr Maria Dollard has welcomed the general public session stating: “Ultimately folks will see a coherent map for cycle routes which can be secure, thought out and deliberate for cyclists of all ages and skills. Of specific curiosity to folks might be a brand new proposed route between Kilkenny Metropolis and Abbeyleix. This may be an ideal complement to the Dunmore Biodiversity Park at present being developed by Kilkenny County Council.”
CycleConnects goals to enhance sustainable journey by offering the potential for extra journeys on a secure, accessible and handy biking community, connecting extra folks to extra locations. Proposals for biking hyperlinks in Kilkenny Metropolis, connections between cities and villages in rural Kilkenny are at present mapped and out there to view on-line. The plan additionally incorporates present and deliberate cycle routes akin to greenways and blueways and a brand new proposed greenway route between Kilkenny Metropolis and Abbeyleix.
The draft proposals envisage an in depth biking community throughout the 22 counties, complementing the biking plans already developed for the Higher Dublin Space (Meath, Kildare, Wicklow and Dublin). Collectively these plans will create an general complete cycle community for Eire.
The proposals for every county will be accessed by visiting https://seek the advice of.nationaltransport.ie/en
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