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JOHNSTOWN, NAVAN PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE IMPROVEMENTS - The deadline for submissions has been extended to on or before 19th December 2016

Date Released: 02 December 2016

UPDATE 2 December 2016:  The deadline for submissions has been extended to on or before 19th December 2016

 

Original Release Date: 24 November 2016

 

JOHNSTOWN, NAVAN PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE IMPROVEMENTS

 

1. Proposed Athlumney Street Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge

2. Altering Convent Road for Cycle and Pedestrian Access Only

3. Proposed Permeability Links in the Johnstown Area

 

As part of the overall Greater Dublin Area (GDA) Cycle Network, Meath County Council is currently looking at proposals for the above areas of Navan.

This scheme is at a consultation stage. This is the first step to engage with the local community and we welcome feedback from the public.

No final decisions have been made on the scheme yet. When the final scheme is designed a statutory consultation period will commence under a Part VIII planning process.

 

Submissions regarding the above may be emailed to transport@meathcoco.ie or by post to Meath County Council, Transportation Department, County Hall, Railway Street, Navan, Co Meath C15 AW81 on or before 19th December, 2016 and titled Johnstown, Navan Pedestrian and Cycle Improvements.

 

Proposed Athlumney Street Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge

Altering Convent Road for Cycle and Pedestrian Access Only

Proposed Permeability Links in the Johnstown Area

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