The few in favour spoke of “decarbonised” transport and safer streets. Opposing voices raised issues around design, cost, and loss of parking spaces.
Tag: South Dublin Quietway
Council Briefs: Housing in Poolbeg, the Donnybrook Quietway, and More
It is up to the government to intervene to make sure an agreement for 900 social and affordable housing units in Poolbeg doesn’t unravel, said Dublin City Council Chief Executive Owen Keegan.
Future of Quietway from Donnybrook to Kimmage Looks Shaky
Local opposition and a jump in the projected cost of the cycling route – from €324,000 to just over €1.2 million – mean it looks unlikely to happen anytime soon.
David: There’s a Clear Economic Value to Urban Greenways
There is a wealth of evidence that urban greenways don’t dampen property prices. In fact, they do the opposite, writes David O’Connor.
Plans for a Quietway from Donnybrook to Kimmage Quietly Progress
By discouraging vehicles from taking high-speed shortcuts through certain residential areas, the plan would create a more appealing space there for cyclists and pedestrians.