STC A - Dunkettle to City 

The Dunkettle to City Sustainable Transport Corridor (STC A) commences at the Dunkettle Roundabout. From here to the Port of Cork Millennium Gardens the cycle and bus infrastructure will be delivered as part of separate projects proposed by Cork City Council. These projects include the Eastern Gateway Bridge, Pathfinder Programme and the Tivoli Docks Development.

The BusConnects Cork proposed bus route starts at the Port of Cork Millennium Gardens and follows Lower Glanmire Road until Water Street where it turns south and continues to Horgan’s Quay before turning right onto Alfred Street. The scheme ends at the junction with MacCurtain Street.

The BusConnects Cork proposed cycle route starts at the Port of Cork Millennium Gardens and follows Lower Glanmire Road on a new cantilevered pedestrian and cyclist boardwalk outside the quay walls. Cyclists then travel on a new cycle track through the North Docks that connects to a quayside cycle route on Horgan’s Quay that continues towards the city centre. 

As a resident of cork city, in Ballinlough, and an employee of a business located in the city centre, and student at UCC, I strongly support the proposed measures in this subsection of BusConnects...
Please find attached comments document. Our campaign is generally supportive of Busconnects.
I fully support this scheme. A segregated cycle route is badly needed on this corridor and this plan is excellent. Important to note that this route will tie in with a planned rail station at Tivoli...
JMCM Properties Limited and James McMahon Limited, hereinafter referred to as ‘our client’, have retained Tom Phillips + Associates2 (Town Planning Consultants), in conjunction with NRB...
To whom it may concern, We wish to add a further route to above Dunkettle to City to add in a bus route that will take you directly within the vicinity of the Mercy Hospital grounds, to the...