The segregated cycle path along City Quay and Sir John Rogerson’s Quay between Talbot Bridge and Samuel Beckett Bridge has been in construction for years.
A lot of the work seems to be completed, with the new cycle path just needing resurfacing (and maybe painting) before it can open.
But for the last few months no work has taken place, and barriers remain along its whole length stopping cyclists from using it – even in its unfinished state.
The most easterly section, between Lime Street and the Samuel Beckett Bridge, is especially important to open up because it forms a contraflow route for cyclists on this one-way section of road.
Some updated news on the project from Councillor Ciarán Cuffe: