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December 2021

Posted by Admin on Dec 08 2021
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The Emerging Preferred Route Corridor has been chosen as it offers a highly scenic route from Galway to Athlone, with lots to see and do on the way. It travels through a wide variety of landscapes, from the edge of Galway Bay, the Burren Low Lands, the Slieve Aughty mountains, the river Shannon and the midlands bogs, and will be attractive to domestic and international users. It visits Ballyloughane Beach, Oranmore, Rinville, Clarinbridge, Kilcolgan, Kinvara, Coole Park, Gort, Woodford, Portumna, Meelick, Clonfert, Ballinasloe, Shannonbridge and Athlone Castle, linking places of interest, established tourism centres, public parks and outdoor spaces. We now wish to work with landowners and the public to determine the best route and design for the Cycleway within the Emerging Preferred Route Corridor.

The consultation material can be viewed online in the virtual consultation room which is live from the 8th December 2021 until the 31st of January 2022. Interested parties will be able to talk with the project team by appointment to discuss any issues of interest to them, either in person, by phone or virtually. We can be contacted through the website, where you may book an appointment to talk to the project team, or by calling the Cycleway Project Office in Ballinasloe at 091 509 267.

Last changed: Dec 08 2021 at 9:00 AM

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