New scheme launched between Beechmount and Balreask Manor (B2BM) which will deliver high quality cycle and pedestrian facilities and an improved public realm
The new B2BM scheme aims to improve local access for cyclists and pedestrians from Navan Town Centre to residential areas to the south of Navan. A Public Consultation will run for 4 weeks (click here to view), and an in-person consultation event will be held on Monday 13 November between 3pm to 7pm.
The proposed route, which you can see on the map below, runs for 850m from the Trim Road/Beechmount Junction to just after Balreask Manor, and contains a segregated contra-flow cycle track for the majority of the route.
Just past Canterbrook the route cuts in to ‘utilise a quiet street in Balreask Manor’. At the Beechmount end toward Navan, the scheme will link up with the Athlumney to Trim Road scheme, which is currently under construction, while at the other end there are also plans for a Navan-Trim Pathfinder scheme, with cycle lanes extending along the R161 all the way to Trim.
A Public Consultation will run for 4 weeks from Monday, and an in-person consultation event will be held this Monday between 3pm to 7pm at the Newgrange Hotel. See further details below..