Scoil Chaitriona St Mobi Road And Track
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Option B would provide a general traffic lane, a bus lane and a segregated cycle track in each direction along St. Mobhi Road, allowing two way movement for all users on the road. However, this requires widening of the road into adjacent gardens and the removal of most of the trees along the road.
Segregated cycle tracks will be provided in both directions from Griffith Avenue to Fairfield Road. Access for all local residences will be maintained along this section of the route where proposed traffic restrictions are present. Between Fairfield Road and Marguerite Road, no segregated cycle tracks will be provided due to width constraints along this section. As mentioned above, the speed limit on this section of road will be dropped to 30 kph which would provide cyclists with a safer environment to share the general traffic / bus lane.
For Option B, two way movement for all users would be maintained between Griffith Avenue and Botanic Road, through the provision of one general traffic lane and one bus lane in each direction. In this option it is proposed to provide continuous segregated cycle tracks in each direction between Griffith Avenue and St. Mobhi Drive. This arrangement would require road widening on the east and west side of the existing road. These widening works would also require the removal of the existing trees on this section of the road. The indicative extents of this land take is indicated on the drawings included in the Appendix of this brochure.
Between St. Mobhi Drive and St. Mobhi Grove, a continuous southbound segregated cycle track will be provided. Northbound cyclists would be required to use the northbound bus lane. Between St. Mobhi Grove and Fairfield Road there is a segregated cycle track proposed in each direction. Similar to Option A, between Fairfield Road and Prospect Way it is intended to provide a general traffic lane in each direction with a northbound bus lane. It is proposed that northbound cyclists use the proposed bus lane and southbound cyclists use the southbound general traffic lane. The speed limit on this section of road will be dropped to 30 kph which would provide cyclists with a safer environment to share the general traffic / bus lane.
Between Lindsay Grove and North Circular Road, the Phibsborough Road will accommodate two bus lanes and two general traffic lanes. There is currently insufficient road space for the provision of a segregated cycle track. It is proposed to provide cyclists with an offline cycle route along Royal Canal Bank and Blessington Street Park, rejoining the route at the junction of Dominick Street and Constitution Hill. This cycle route will require a new Canal Crossing and the widening of the existing railway crossing between Lindsay Grove and Whitworth Road. 2b1af7f3a8