Bray Cycle Network
Bray Cycle Network Plan
Bray Town Council are reviewing the existing Cycle Network in Bray town and its Environs. The aim of the project is to develop a high quality cycle network in the town which connects residential areas to schools, work places, shopping and recreational areas
In terms of existing infrastructure, cycle lanes are provided on a number of key routes in the area. Many of the existing, facilities were constructed over 10 years ago with some further upgrade in recent years. Facilities for cyclists are currently concentrated on the approach roads to the town, including Killarney Road, Vevay Road and Castle Street.
The cycle network plan will establish a vision for future development of the cycle network in Bray and its environs. It will provide a blueprint for future investment in cycling infrastructure and will prioritise where investment is required in the coming years. The Plan will include a range of measures including;
- Proposals for new cycletracks, lanes and greenways,
- Proposals for junction improvements,
- Traffic management measures,
- Supporting infrastructure such as cycyle parking
- Measures to support integration of cycle network with Public Transport
Members of the public are invited to submit there views on cycling in Bray and how th facilities for cyclists should be developed in future years.
An open day will be held at Bray Town Council offices (foyer) on Thursday 15th December 2011 from 11a.m. to 3p.m.
Alternately, if you are unable to attend and wish to submit your views please follow the following link to submit a short survey.