Upper Glanmire Pedestrian Safety Scheme

Closeddate_range30 Mar, 2022, 9:00am - 27 Apr, 2022, 4:01pm

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COMHAIRLE CATHRACH CHORCAÍ

Cork City Council

Upper Glanmire Pedestrian Safety Scheme

Notice under Section 38 of 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 traffic calming works along the R616, Upper Glanmire Road, White Cross, Ballinvriskig, Co. Cork.

Cork City Council proposes to carry out various measures to improve pedestrian infrastructure along a c. 1.26km section of the R616 (Upper Glanmire Road).

The proposed works will comprise of the following:

  1. New 2m wide (minimum width 1.8m) concrete footpath, measuring a length of approximately 490m;
  2. Upgrading of existing concrete footpath to provide width of 2m, measuring a length of approximately 820m;
  3. Controlled signalised pedestrian crossing;
  4. Uncontrolled pedestrian crossing;
  5. Provision of raised and ramped table at intersecting junction with L2974 and reduction in junction radii to 6m;
  6. New public lighting columns;
  7. Provision of new signage, utility services such as drains, ducting and other associated work.

Details of the proposed works are available for inspection online at https://consult.corkcity.ie from Wednesday 30th March 2022 to Wednesday 27th April 2022. Drawings and particulars of the proposal are available for inspection at Cork City Council, City Hall, Co. Cork and may be inspected during normal office hours from 30th March to 27th April 2022 inclusive.

Any observations with respect to the proposed development may be made;

  • Electronically https://consult.corkcity.ie, or
  • In writing to Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Development, City Hall, Cork. It should be clearly marked “Upper Glanmire Section 38”

Closing date for receipt of submissions is on or before 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday 27th April 2022.

All comments, including names and addresses of those making submissions and observations, submitted to Cork City Council in regard to this scheme, will form part of the statutorily required 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 Data Protection Policy and Privacy Statement (available to view on www.corkcity.ie) and relevant Data Protection legislation.

 

Dated 30th March 2022

 

ANN DOHERTY

CHIEF EXECUTIVE

CORK CITY COUNCIL