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Leitrim County Council lodge plans to develop cycleway in Rooskey

Apr 21, 2022 10:04 By Shannonside News
Leitrim County Council lodge plans to develop cycleway in Rooskey Leitrim County Council lodge plans to develop cycleway in Rooskey
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The cycleway will run along the old N4.

Leitrim County Council has published plans to develop a cycle path in Rooskey.

The local authority is hoping to develop the 3.5m wide two-way cycle track alongside a 2m footpath along the western edge of the existing R371 (Old N4) carriageway and an off-road 2m footpath along the eastern edge of the road.

Plans have also been lodged to develop a 2m wide footpath along the west edge of local road L1001.

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The Council hopes this will serve as a continuation of the footpath adjacent to the above housing developments and will link to the new footpath at R371 (Old N4).

An uncontrolled pedestrian crossing across the R371 adjacent to junction with L1001 at south end of the scheme and across the entrance to Rooskey Lock housing development is also included in the Part 8 planning application

Submission can be made on the plan until the 27th of May.

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