St Cronan’s Avenue and Brackenstown Road SRTS

GMC Group, proudly in partnership with Fingal County Council and our designers Roughan O’Donovan, have today started another Safe Route to School (SRTS) along St Cronan’s Avenue and Brackenstown Road.

This is in line with Fingal County Council’s Active Travel initiative that contributes to safer routes to school, better mental and physical health and a cleaner climate.

Protected cycle lanes are designated traffic lanes for cycling that separate bikes from other vehicles and pedestrians in order to increase safety for everyone when traffic is busy.

GMC looks forward to working with Fingal County Council to provide this SRTS Programme.
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Images are from the recent protected cycle lane project in Dublin 15. The works took place on both sides of Hartstown Road, Mountview Road and Huntstown Way from Blanchardstown Road South junction to Huntstown Way/Blakestown Road junction.

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