About Naas/Sallins Transport Strategy
Kildare County Council are currently developing a Transport Strategy for Naas and Sallins and have commissioned consultants, AECOM for this purpose. The Transport Strategy intends to address current issues, anticipate future problems in the transport network and aid in informing future land use proposals.
A ‘Phase 1’ public consultation survey was undertaken during March and April 2019 which gathered views from the public on transport issues in Naas and Sallins as well as ideas for potential solutions. This feedback helped to inform the development of the measures in the draft Transport Strategy.
Kildare County Council now wishes to invite feedback from members of the public on the specific measures contained in the Draft Naas/Sallins Transport Strategy. Please note that this consultation is non-statutory. We have also prepared a Summary Consultation Document for your convenience. Following the consideration of responses, the Transport Strategy will be finalised and published.
As part of the process of finalising the Transport Strategy, we may publish comments received through this online survey (please note that comments will be anonymised). Before you can complete this survey, you will need to confirm that you consent to the terms of the survey. For details on how to withdraw your consent, please click here.
If you are completing the survey on behalf of an organisation or group, you will be asked to provide contact details. The name of your organisation or group may be published alongside your feedback, but your contact details will remain confidential.
Please note that the data collected from this survey will be shared by Kildare County Council with our Consultant's AECOM. However, contact details provided by organisations will not be shared.
If you prefer, you can submit responses by post to:
Senior Executive Officer,
Roads, Transportation and Public Safety Department,
Kildare County Council,
Áras Chill Dara,
This survey has been advertised through local papers and Kildare County Council's Social Media Accounts. Please see copy of the paper advertisement here.