Galway City Council, in partnership with the National Transport Authority (NTA), welcomes public feedback on the BusConnects Galway: Cross-City Link (University Road to Dublin Road) proposals, as part of non-statutory consultation commencing this week.
The Cross-City Link is a public transport corridor linking the western and eastern suburbs, through the city centre. This corridor will connect homes with places of work, study, retail and recreation, with improved public transport journey times and reliability. High-quality public spaces, new and upgraded pedestrian and cyclist facilities and public transport priority will be provided, making it easier to move through the city, and to access destinations by sustainable means.
Galway City Council invites members of the public, landowners and other stakeholders to learn more about the proposed scheme, and to share their feedback, through the virtual information room.
The purpose of this non-statutory consultation is to invite feedback, questions and support for the Emerging Preferred Option, to help inform the scheme design as it proceeds through the planning process.
Consultation commences on the 22nd of October 2020, and will run for a minimum period of 6 weeks.
Accessibility – For those who cannot access the project website to review proposals, alternative arrangements will be facilitated. Please contact Galway City Council by phone - 091 536 400; or email - email@example.com
The Cross-City Link is supported by significant public investment, through the National Transport Authority.