Significant Government funding, €280,000, has been allocated to producing a safer road at Delgany Wood Avenue and Blacklion Manor as there have been many complaints about speeding downhill. This will reduce the width to 6m from 8m in places which will slow drivers and raise the cycle tracks off the road. At the Delgany end there will be a signalised pedestrian crossing and better junctions as people have complained about them for a long time. This is to be completed by year end.
A builder is completing the central section of the road and the Council will publish the CPO for parts it does not own by end November.
‘I welcome this progress which will enable the whole cycleway & road to join the 5 schools with a modern safe design’ said Derek Mitchell Cathaoirleach Greystones Municipal District.