CycleConnects: Ireland’s Cycle Network aims to improve sustainable travel by providing the potential for more trips on a safe, accessible and convenient cycling network, connecting more people to more places.
Proposals for cycling links in key cities, towns and villages in each county are included in the plan, in addition to connections between the larger towns, villages and settlements. The plan also incorporates existing and planned cycle routes such as greenways and blueways.
The draft proposals envisage an extensive cycling network across the 22 counties, complementing the cycling plans already developed for the Greater Dublin Area (Meath, Kildare, Wicklow and Dublin). Together these plans will create an overall comprehensive cycle network for Ireland.
The proposals for each county can be accessed by clicking on the map, and are also listed in the dropdown menu below. Each county contains its county cycle network, urban cycle networks (for all towns with a population of 5,000 or more) and a technical note. A high level summary report, FAQs and associated supporting documents are also available to view.
Map of CycleConnects Proposals
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