Councillor Cormac Devlin is encouraging all local residents, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians to view the proposed plans to alter the road layout around the Stillorgan Road and Brewery Road junction.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in conjunction with the National Transport Authority, are bringing forward this plan with a view to making it safer for all road users. The council is seeking feedback on this proposal and the deadline for making comment is Thursday 31st August. Please see details below on how to make a submission.
WHAT IS PROPOSED?
* Provision of traffic islands on Brewery Road to prevent overtaking and inappropriate traffic
movements on Brewery Road with some traffic lane re-alignment
* Reconfiguration of the junction of St. Brigid’s Church Road and Brewery Road with one lane only
exiting onto Brewery Road and reduced entry radii provided at the junction entry and exit to
reduce speeds and provide a shorter crossing width for pedestrians
* Provision of a new footway on part of the north side of Brewery Road from the bus stop to the N11
including the provision of a raised pedestrian platform on St. Brigid’s Church Road
* Enhanced facilities for cyclists on the north side of Brewery Road linking to the existing cycle route
on the N11
* Left turn pocket provided on the N11 approaching the junction in the city bound direction in line
with the National Cycle Manual for busy highly trafficked routes
The plan is available to view either online (below), in County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire and at both; Stillorgan and Blackrock Libraries. Click Here To View The Plan
You can make a free submission in writing or online. The address to send your written submission to is;
The Senior Roads Engineer
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
The Transportation Section
Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire