Improving Pedestrian & Cycle Connectivity at Aughmalogue Bridge

Uimhir Thagarta Uathúil: 
KK-C162-333
Stádas: 
Submitted
Údar: 
Aidan Clancy
Líon na ndoiciméad faoi cheangal: 
1
Teorainneacha Gafa ar an léarscáil: 
Údar: 
Aidan Clancy

Litir Chumhdaigh

To whom it may concern,

I would like to have the attached proposal for a pedestrian and cycle bridge at Aughmalogue Bridge considered for inclusion in the Kilkenny City Development plan.

Thanks you,

Aidan

Observations

The attached proposal should greatly enhance road safety and pedestrian and cycle connectivity in the Purcellsinch area of the city.

Consideration should be given to including a specific objective within the revised plan to improve pedestrian and cycle connectivity at Aughmalogue Bridge. Improving connectivity may be achieved by creating a foot and cycle path through the eye of the bridge to the north of the R712. Addressing this issue would contribute towards the development of a compact, 10 minute city, by providing a safe link to the growing variety of facilities in Cillín Hill, including retail, fitness, childcare and employment generally. It would also facilitate pedestrian and cycle traffic to the event centre in Lyrath.

Main requests: 

Consideration should be given to including a specific objective within the revised plan to improve pedestrian and cycle connectivity at Aughmalogue Bridge. Improving connectivity may be achieved by creating a foot and cycle path through the eye of the bridge to the north of the R712 as illustrated in the attachment.

Main reasons: 

road safety, pedestrian and cycle connectivity.

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Uimhir Thagarta Uathúil: 
KK-C162-333
Stádas: 
Submitted
Líon na ndoiciméad faoi cheangal: 
1
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