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Dundalk Bay to Carlingford Greenway



Louth County Council, with the support of Transport Infrastructure Ireland, is developing proposals for the Dundalk Bay to Carlingford Greenway project. 


The study area for the proposed greenway project encompasses the Regional Centre of Dundalk and the coastal town of Carlingford, along with the interconnecting road network. The R173 Regional Road is the main route connecting Dundalk with Carlingford. The R173, along with other regional and local roads in the study area have no provision for pedestrians and cyclists. High vehicle speeds, narrow road widths and lack of segregated facilities make the road network unattractive for pedestrians and cyclists. 

Public Consultation No. 2 – Route Corridor Options

The date for making submissions in relation to Public Consultation No.2 has been extended to the 6th September 2024.

Louth County Council (LCC), with the support of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) invite the residents, property/landowners of Dundalk, Carlingford, and the surrounding areas, members of the public and other interested parties to participate in the second non-statutory public consultation (Option Selection) for the proposed Dundalk Bay to Carlingford Greenway project. 
The Option Selection Phase has commenced and Route Corridor Options have been developed within the study area. The aim of this public consultation is to receive feedback on the Route Corridor Options to assist the project team in the decision-making process when further refining the corridor options and selecting the emerging preferred route corridor.  The submissions in relation to the material presented at this consultation should be made by the 6th September 2024.

The Route Corridor Options public consultation was held on the 19th of June 2024 at the Ballymascanlon Hotel where Louth County Council staff and their Design Consultants were available to discuss any queries or concerns regarding the project.

For additional project information, or to complete the feedback form online, please visit this link.

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