Search Results for 'Irish Greenways'
16 results found.
The Galway to Athlone Cycleway in County Galway as part of the large TII Dublin-Galway route in County Galway is to receive a funding boost of some €300,000, according to Senator for Roscommon-Galway Aisling Dolan.
Mayo tour guide, Barry Hopkins, is preparing to put wheels in motion tomorrow, Saturday, December 5, on a challenge to help keep Childline listening to children and young people across Ireland this winter and beyond.
Westmeath County Council has appointed PD Contractors Ltd to construct a 1.1km section of the Dublin to Galway Greenway in Athlone.
Galway greenways are set to benefit from Government funding of €13.25 million - the largest single-year investment in greenway infrastructure in the State to date.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed a grant totalling €95,000 which has been afforded towards the eventual construction of a greenway from Athlone to Clonmacnoise.
Athlone Extinction Rebellion founder and Green Party General Election candidate, Julie O’Donoghue, believes that investment in greenways and ecotourism should form part of a just transition plan for the Midlands and that plans for a Mid-Shannon Wilderness Park for the Lough Ree region need to be prioritised due to the potential for jobs, recreation and biodiversity protection.
Some €3 million has been allocated for the planning and design of a new greenway linking Galway and Athlone, which will ultimately form part of a 270km cycling route stretching to Dublin.
Adults, children, and public representatives cycled part of the route of the proposed Galway-Barna Greenway recently, to show their support for such a structure and to highlight issues of cyclists safety.
Westport based Fine Gael election candidate, Peter Flynn, has said he will insist that the Greenway extensions to Louisburgh and Ballycroy are to the fore when it comes to setting out Mayo County Council's strategy for the next five years.
A free, fun family cycle from Claddagh to Salthill and back will take place in support of the Galway-Barna Greenway this Sunday, May 12.