The Liffey Valley to City Centre Core Bus Corridor Scheme (the Proposed Scheme) will support integrated sustainable transport usage through infrastructure improvements for active travel (both walking and cycling), and the provision of enhanced bus priority measures for existing (both public and private) and all future services who will use the corridor. It commences at Fonthill Road and proceeds along Coldcut Road, Ballyfermot Road, Sarsfield Road, Memorial Road, Inchicore Road, Grattan Crescent, Emmet Road, Old Kilmainham, Mount Brown, James’s Street, Thomas Street and High Street.

The aim of the Proposed Scheme is to provide improved walking, cycling and bus infrastructure on this key access corridor in the Dublin region, which will enable and deliver efficient, safe, and integrated sustainable transport movement along the corridor. The Proposed Scheme is a key measure that delivers on commitments within the National Development Plan (2021-2030), the Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area (2016-2035) the Climate Action Plan (2021) and the National Planning Framework 2040.


Planning Documentation

Volume 4 Appendices Part 2 of 2

Chapter 7 Air Quality Appendix

Chapter 8 Climate Appendix

Chapter 9 Noise and Vibration Appendices

Chapter 10 Population Appendices

Chapter 12 Biodiversity Appendix

Chapter 13 Water Appendices

Chapter 14 Land, Soils, Geology and Hydrogeology Appendix

Chapter 15 Archeology and Cultural Heritage

Chapter 16 Architectural Heritage

Chapter 17 Landscape (Townscape) and Visual

Chapter 18 Waste and Resources

Chapter 20 List of Major Accidents and or Disasters

Chapter 21 Cumulative Impacts and Environmental Interactions

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