Plenty of roadworks are being undertaken in the local district
ENGINEER Ruari O’Hanlon gave members a report on road works carried out in the area.
At the application stage, a footbath is planned on the R761 between Greystones and Kilcoole, and another between the Kilcoole GAA club and Woodstock Business Park.
The Harbour to Lidl Junction is in the design process with consultants.
Delgany Village Scheme from Barry’s Bridge to Killincarrig Roundabouts and Convent Road to the Delgany bypass roundabout is also at the design stage, as is the Bray to Greystones Cycle Route.
A draft feasibility report for the Kilcoole, Sea Road footpath is to be finalised.
The Three Trouts Bridge project is currently with the second preferred tenderer after the first one refused.
90 per cent of the works at Kilcoole Main Street are complete with just some road markings and other items left.
The works are substantially complete at the Killincarrig roundabouts with tactile paving and new signage to be installed.
Zebra crossings and planting are to be done and some road markings and splitter islands to go there.
A review of the light sequencing and road markings at the Tesco junction in Greystones is underway.
So is a review of the stepped kerb between the cycle lanes and path at Marine Road.