This set of critical mobility interventions is centred on making walking and cycling in DLR safe and enjoyable for all ages and abilities. This is in line with current Government public health advice where people are advised to walk or cycle if they can and to avoid using public transport unless they need to.

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council (DLR) has been assessing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and identifying public realm and mobility interventions needed to safely reopen our county.  DLR’s most recent initiative relates to ‘Coastal Mobility Interventions’, is aimed at promoting and facilitating a dramatic and necessary shift to walking and cycling along the strategic coastal transport corridor in our county. DLR is proposing to provide a new 3.6 km section of temporary, segregated 2-way cycleway from Newtown Avenue in Blackrock to Sandycove and the Forty Foot bathing area.  Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council (DLR) has been assessing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and identifying public realm and mobility interventions needed to safely reopen our county.  DLR’s most recent initiative relates to ‘Coastal Mobility Interventions’, is aimed at promoting and facilitating a dramatic and necessary shift to walking and cycling along the strategic coastal transport corridor in our county. DLR is proposing to provide a new 3.6 km section of temporary, segregated 2-way cycleway from Newtown Avenue in Blackrock to Sandycove and the Forty Foot bathing area.

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DLR Coastal Mobility Interventions
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