The works carried out on behalf of Fingal County Council, will help to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety for the local community.
The new and upgraded cycle lanes are separated from the existing road by bollards, line markings and coloured surfaces.
A two-way cycle lane has been added to connect St. Cronan’s Avenue to the local Schools. This new stretch helps children to travel independently without worry when cycling, scooting or walking.
These new cycle lanes form part of a wider programme of works in the local area. A series of junctions adjoining St. Cronan’s Avenue and Brackenstown Road have been tightened to slow approaching traffic and shorten crossing distances for those on foot.
New crossings have been installed on the route along with a new roundabout at the junction of St. Cronan’s Avenue and Brackenstown Road to assist in managing the flow of pedestrian, cycle and motor traffic, particularly at busy peak hours.
We are proud to have played a role in this important project, and we are committed to continuing to work with Fingal County Council to make our roads safer for everyone.