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Cycleway and pedestrian path between Dublin Port and the city centre to be designed

Architects have been assigned by Dublin Port to design a cycleway and pedestrian pathway that will link Dublin Port to the city centre. The project was described as the most important port-city integration projection to date by Dublin Port.

This follows Monday’s government announcement, that over €63 million would be allocated to improving and expanding on greenways across the country.

The 1.4km route will link the River Liffey with the Tolka Estuary via the Dublin Port lands on the east side of the East Wall and along the Bond Road.

The project, named the Liffey-Tolka project, will link up with a second port-city integration project called the Tolka Estuary Greenway, this will be a 3.2km route along the northern perimeter of Dublin Port.

Construction is targeted to begin by September 2021 and will finish towards the end of 2022.


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