Pedestrian Safety Interventions – St. Patrick’s Road

Dúntadate_range9 D.F., 2020, 9:00am - 9 Sam, 2020, 4:00pm

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Pedestrian Safety Interventions – St. Patrick’s Road


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 in the interest of the safety and convenience of road users.


St. Patrick’s Road


It is proposed to install a controlled pedestrian crossing on St. Patrick’s Road. The controlled crossing is to be installed adjacent to the junction of Congress Road and Deerpark Mews. New road markings and signage as well as ancillary works will also be carried out in the area.


The main elements of the proposed works in this location are:


  • Provision of a controlled pedestrian crossing on St. Patrick’s Road
  • Upgraded junction layout at the intersection of St. Patrick’s Road, Congress Road and Murphy’s Gardens
  • Installation of raised table uncontrolled crossing at junction with Deerpark Mews
  • Footpath installation at St. Patrick’s Road, Congress Road, Murphy’s Gardens and Deerpark Mews
  • New road marking and signage
  • Drainage works
  • Resurfacing works
  • Other necessary associated works



Details of the proposed works are available for inspection online at and also at Reception Desk, Cork City Council, City Hall, Anglesea Street, Cork via appointment only on working days from 9th October to 9th November 2020 between 9.00am and 4.00pm.


Any observations in relation to this proposal should be made on electronically through or forwarded in an envelope marked “Pedestrian Safety Interventions – St. Patrick’s Road” to Senior Engineer, Infrastructure Development, City Hall, Anglesea Street, Cork. Final date for submissions is 4.00pm on 9th November 2020.


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 Retention Policy and relevant Data Protection legislation.


Dated 9th October 2020