“The proposed developed comprises approximately 900m of Shared Use Cycle and Pedestrian Facilities extending from Dunkettle Roundabout in the townland of Lota, Co Cork to terminate at cul-de-sac on Dunkettle Road in the townland of Dunkettle. The existing cul-de-sac will be reconfigured as a shared surface street and will bring pedestrians and cyclists to Dunkettle Road.”
Documents are available for inspection until 25th February 2018. Submissions of this proposal will be accepted up to Friday 9th March 2018. Submissions should be made either in writing to: (1) Senior Engineer, Traffic & Transport, Floor 10 County Hall, Cork. or (2) by email to: email@example.com
The proposed interventions shall increase vehicular capacity at N25 Off-ramps, R623 and Eastgate retail park roundabout junctions, resulting in a reduction in traffic congestion at these points, particularly at peak times. The proposed interventions shall increase vehicular capacity at each of these junctions. These interventions are intended to mitigate against the impact of traffic diversions during the construction of the Dunkettle Interchange Upgrade Project.
Documents shall be available for inspection until 2nd March 2018. Submissions of this proposal will be accepted up to Friday 16th March 2018. Submissions should be made either in writing to: (1) Senior Engineer, Traffic & Transport, Floor 10 County Hall, Cork. (2) or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposed Junction Upgrade and signalization of the South Douglas Road / N40 Douglas West off ramp / Willow Park estate road junction. The Douglas Land Use and Transportation Study recommended measures across the Douglas area to improve travel conditions for vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users. One of the measures proposed is the installation of a signalized junction to replace the existing roundabout at the South Douglas Road/N40 off ramp West Douglas.
Submissions on this proposal may be made in writing to Senior Engineer, Cork County Council, Traffic and Transportation, Floor 10, County Hall, Cork, on or before Friday 6th April 2018.
The proposed scheme includes a high quality south facing upgraded streetscape, remedial/strengthening works to the existing quay walls and the construction of integrated flood defence works.
These improvements will be delivered along Morrison’s and Fr. Mathew Quays between Parliament Bridge and Parnell Bridge as well as a short section of works at Union Quay close to Trinity footbridge. A display of the project, including a replica of the flood defences, is also to be exhibited at the Foyer at Cork Civic Offices.
There will be two public information days during which members of the public or businesses can attend and discuss the proposals with representatives of both the City Council and the landscape architects:
- Monday , February 26 from 3:00pm until 7:00pm in the Millennium Hall
- Friday , March 9 from 3:00pm until 7:00pm in the Millennium Hall
Submissions and observations may be made:
- electronically through https://consult.corkcity.ie/en/
- in writing in envelope clearly marked “Morrison’s Island Project” to the Environment & Recreation Directorate, City Hall, Cork
- by email to MorrisonsIslandProject@corkcity.ie
before 4.00pm on Monday 9th April 2018.