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We asked

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is developing a high-quality pedestrian and cycling infrastructure to promote active travel on, Kill Avenue (R830), Mounttown Road Lower (R829), Mounttown Road Upper (R829) & Glenageary Road Upper (R829), Dún Laoghaire. 

It is proposed to install continuous, high-quality, and segregated walking and cycling facilities, improved public realm areas including incidental play features, improved bus priority along Kill Avenue up to the Bakers Corner Junction, and also improve the landscaping including sustainable urban drainage systems.  

You said

We received a total of 358 submissions. These comprised 304 submissions through DLR Citizen SpaceHub and 57 email submissions.

We did

DLR has reviewed all the feedback and comments received. A report on the public consultation was brought to the Elected Members. The report and its recommendations were noted by Councillors. The designers will take account of the comments and the concerns raised when developing the detailed design.

We asked

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, in conjunction with An Taisce and the National Transport Authority, is proposing to improve road safety adjacent to schools in the county as part of the NTA Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Programme. The purpose of the schemes is to make the areas immediately adjacent to the schools safer so that children can be encouraged and facilitated to walk and cycle to the schools safely.

A period of non-statutory public consultation was undertaken for the proposed traffic and road safety works outside the Holy Cross National School, Kilmacud Road Upper, Dundrum, Dublin 14 which aim to improve safety at school entrances, improve access routes to school and encourage pupils to walk and cycle.

The Scheme is being prepared in accordance with Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act 1994

You said

We received a total of 84 submissions. These comprised 83 submissions through DLR Citizen SpaceHub and 1 by post.

We did

DLR has reviewed all the feedback and comments received. A report on the public consultation was brought to the Elected members at the Dundrum Area Committee meeting. The report and its recommendations were noted by Councillors.

The designers will consider the comments and the concerns raised when developing the detailed design.

We asked

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is developing a vision for improving safety, reducing motorised traffic speeds and upgrading active mobility infrastructures along the R112 between Stillorgan and Dundrum. The scheme aims to reduce journey times, improve active travel directness and increase the number of trips made by bicycles and pedestrians in the local catchment for leisure, commuting, shopping and education purposes. The Council sought views from the public to help inform the proposal. 

You said

We received 263 submissions during the consultation period via the online survey, emails, postal, and CRMs.

We did

DLR has reviewed all the feedback and comments. The designers will take account of the comments and concerns raised when developing detailed designs.