Third round of consultation on the sustainable transport corridors for Cork
The third round of public consultation on the preferred route options for eleven sustainable transport corridors as part of the BusConnects Cork programme is now closed. We would like to thank everyone that made a submission to the public consultation, all submissions will be reviewed by the NTA. Following this, the NTA will finalise the Preferred Route Options for all eleven corridors. The scheme designs will be further developed and statutory consent applications to An Bord Pleanála will be prepared, inclusive of transport and environmental impact assessments. At this stage, as part of the formal planning application to ABP, there will be a statutory public consultation process also.
BusConnects Cork is a €600m programme of work that aims to transform the city’s bus system, making public transport more accessible to more people. By delivering approximately 91kms of new bus lanes and bus priority and 98km of cycle facilities (one direction) delivering 49km of the cycle network, BusConnects Cork will make travel by bus, as well as active travel, a more attractive option while also reducing carbon emissions and congestion.
To view the documents from the third round of public consultation for Cork click on the links below.
Document Library 3rd Round of Consultation
3D Visualisations of Bus Connect STCs
To view the visualisations of the Cork STCs click on the following link, Cork 3D Visualisations.