20 December 2023

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Public consultation on Bothár Stiofán Cycle Network to begin in January

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Public consultation on Bothár Stiofán Cycle Network to begin in January

A public consultation on Bothar Stiofan Cycle Network Scheme is to begin in January.

The consultation will run for a month, and will be run by the Active Travel Team at Galway City Council.

The scheme is one of six Active Travel projects in Galway City and includes a proposed two cycle lanes, 3 raised crossing points and new footpaths.

Councillor Donal Lyons is urging the public to take part in the consultation:

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