Good to see South Dublin CoCo filling in some desire lines in this park near the Luas stop on the Cookstown Way, Tallaght. There’s a school of thought that says you should put in the minimal amount of paving and then wait to see where people walk first to save on un-wanted paving.
There’s a set of underpasses for cycling/walking at the M50/N81 junction in Tallaght which connect Tallaght village with Templeogue and Firhouse. This puts the underpass into the routing for Firhouse-City and Tallaght-City, in addition to local cycle routes e.g. Firhouse-Tymon Park. I rarely if ever use this route, even though it’s much nicer, quieter and […]
New access point at the local park. Still no good, even if slightly easier to lift the bike over than the older kissing gates.
Cycling to work can bring you through lovely places. Even on a dull morning in November.
There’s a proposal from council planners to create a new link road between Ballycullen and the N81 at Tallaght, according to Councillor John Lahart (emphasis his): The Council’s planners say that Oldbawn Bridge is a major bottleneck. The planners say this effects the efficiency of bus services, which regularly face long delays along the Old Bawn Road. Planners […]