Celbridge to Hazelhatch Link Road Public Consultation Scheme Options
Celbridge to Hazelhatch Link Road - Route Corridor Options
Kildare County Council invites residents of the local area, members of the public and interested parties to participate in a Non-Statutory Public Consultation on the Route Corridor Options for the Celbridge to Hazelhatch Link Road scheme. The scheme will consist of a second bridge structure crossing the River Liffey and link road connecting Celbridge to Hazelhatch train station. New pedestrian and cycling infrastructure are proposed along the route to encourage alternative more sustainable transport modes.
The purpose of this online public consultation is to gather feedback on five Route Corridor Options shortlisted for the scheme. This public consultation forms an important part of advancing the design process and allows the involvement of the public in developing the Preferred Option.
In compliance with current COVID-19 measures, and to provide access to project information in a safe environment, all project information, including maps of the route corridor options are available online. If you have access to a pc / laptop or tablet, we recommend you use this to complete your submission. An interactive map illustrating the route options is available for viewing at: https://rps-ireland.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=0dcadbc269d84ab8b257a45c646ccb90
If you prefer, you can submit responses by post to:
Proposed Celbridge to Hazelhatch Link Road, Senior Executive Officer, Roads, Transportation and Public Safety Department, Kildare County Council, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, Co. Kildare.
The Deadline for submission online and by post is the 11th March 2021.
Affected landowners with questions are encouraged to contact Kildare County Council for a call back from one of the project team members using the following dedicated phonelines (1) 045 980376 and (2) 045 980385 (Weekdays 9am-5pm)
In relation to how your data is processed for this Consultation - please see Privacy Statement contained in Material list.
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