Curraheen Road Pedestrian and Cycle Safety Improvement Scheme

Closeddate_range26 Nov, 2021, 8:00am - 23 Dec, 2021, 2:00pm

COMHAIRLE CATHRACH CHORCAI

CORK CITY COUNCIL

Curraheen Road Pedestrian and Cycle Safety Improvement Scheme

Notice Under Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act 1994

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act 1994, Cork City Council hereby gives notice of its intention to carry out the following traffic management measures on Curraheen Road for the safety and convenience of road users.

The main elements of the proposed Curraheen Road Pedestrian and Cycle Safety Improvement Scheme are:-

  • Upgrade of the existing pedestrian crossing located at Scoil an Spioraid Naoimh and installation of new Toucan crossing at Curraheen Walkway.
  • Installation of upgraded pedestrian crossing facilities, including raised tables and tactile crossing points at sideroad junctions along Curraheen Road between Bridgefield Grove and Melbourn Road.
  • Improvements works to the Rossa Avenue junction incorporating pedestrian and cycle safety measures.
  • Installation of segregated cycle lanes.
  • Adjustments to the existing road layout, including lining, parking etc

“Plans and Particulars of the proposed development are available for inspection to the right of this page under the "Materials" Heading.

Submissions and observations with respect to the proposed development, dealing with the proper planning and sustainable development of the area in which the proposed development is situated, may be made

  • in writing to the Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Development, City Hall, Cork. It should be clearly marked “Curraheen Road Pedestrian and Cycle Safety Improvement Scheme”
  • alternatively, submissions can be made electronically by clicking on the "Make a Submission" Icon to the top right of this page.

The Closing date for receipt of submissions is on or before: 2pm on Thursday the 23rd of December 2021.

All comments, including names and addresses of those making submissions and observations, submitted to Cork City Council concerning the scheme, will form part of a report to be presented at the monthly meeting of Cork City Council. Accordingly, they will be included in the minutes of that meeting and may appear in the public domain. Cork City Council will retain data for no longer than is necessary and in accordance with the Council’s Retention Policy and relevant Data Protection legislation.

Dated 26th November 2021

ANN DOHERTY
CHIEF EXECUTIVE

CORK CITY COUNCIL

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