The Ballymun / Finglas to City Centre Core Bus Corridor Scheme (the Proposed Scheme) will support integrated sustainable transport usage through infrastructure improvements for active travel (both walking and cycling), and the provision of enhanced bus priority measures for existing (both public and private) and all future services who will use the corridor. It commences at the St. Margaret’s Road junction on Ballymun Road and proceeds along Ballymun Road, St. Mobhi Road, Botanic Road, Prospect Road, Phibsborough Road, Constitution Hill and Church Street as far as the junction with Arran Quay / Ormond Quay on the River Liffey, and along Finglas Road from the St. Margaret’s Road junction to Prospect Road at Hart’s Corner, as well as provision of quiet-street cycle routes along the Royal Canal Bank in Phibsborough, and through the Markets Area from Constitution Hill to Ormond Quay.

The aim of the Proposed Scheme is to provide improved walking, cycling and bus infrastructure on this key access corridor in the Dublin region, which will enable and deliver efficient, safe, and integrated sustainable transport movement along the corridor. The Proposed Scheme is a key measure that delivers on commitments within the National Development Plan (2021-2030), the Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area (2016-2035) the Climate Action Plan (2021) and the National Planning Framework 2040.


Planning Documentation

Volume 4 Appendices: Part 4 of 4

Chapter 17 Landscape (Townscape) and Visual Appendix

Chapter 18 Waste and Resources Appendices

Chapter 20 Risk of Major Accidents and or Disasters Appendices

Chapter 21 Cumulative Impacts Appendices

Preferred Route Option Report

Preferred Route Option Report Appendices

Preliminary Design Report

Preliminary Design Report Appendices


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