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The Cork National Roads Office (NRO) is a local authority shared service in collaboration with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in respect of national roads within Cork City and Cork County. Cork County Council (CCC) have been designated by TII as the lead road authority for the administration of the Cork NRO.

Ringaskiddy Urban Realm & Active Travel Scheme

Welcome!

Welcome to the Ringaskiddy Urban Realm & Active Travel Scheme information page. Here you will find information about the Ringaskiddy Urban Realm & Active Travel Scheme, updates about the current activities surrounding the project, and links to the public consultation material to provide your feedback.

Community Information Event

A community information event will take place on Wednesday the 13th of December 2023 from 2.00pm to 8.00pm in the Ringaskiddy Community Centre. The public is encouraged to attend to view the proposed design and speak with the project team.

Poster for the community information event: CLICK HERE

Maps of the proposed scheme are available for inspection online at the following links:

All maps combined: M28CRP-RING-HGN-ACTR-ZZZ-DR-JAC-CE-000014-000021

The maps are also on display from Wednesday the 13th of December 2023 to Sunday the 14th of January 2024 at the Cork National Roads Office, Glanmire, Cork T45 WA44 on working days between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. and the Carrigaline Library, Main Street, Carrigaline, Co. Cork P43 HA25 on opening days between 9.30a.m. and 5.30 p.m.

Have your say

An Urban Realm and Active Travel Scheme that meets the needs of the local community and contributes to our collective vision of the village can only happen if we work together. This is why the Ringaskiddy Urban Realm & Active Travel Scheme project team is committed to sharing information with the public and working to collect feedback throughout the project development process. This collaboration will help guide the development of the scheme and ensure that all opportunities and concerns are accounted for.

An online questionnaire is available at the following link: CLICK HERE

The questionnaire can also be downloaded for printing at the links below:

Questionnaire in Word format
Questionnaire in PDF format

Any observations or completed questionnaires in relation to the scheme should be emailed to m28@corkrdo.ie or forwarded in an envelope marked “Ringaskiddy Urban Realm & Active Travel Scheme” to Senior Engineer, Cork National Roads Office, Glanmire, Cork. T45 WA44. Final date for submissions is Sunday the 14th of January 2024.

What will happen next?

Following the information event, the feedback received on the day and following the event will be reviewed and considered by the project team. Using the feedback, the detailed design of the scheme will progress over the coming months.

A survey is scheduled to be undertaken shortly of the drainage network in Ringaskiddy. The survey will provide a better insight on the cause of the flooding so that measures can be put in place by the scheme to address the flooding concerns.

Project Contact

To contact the project team, please email the Ringaskiddy Urban Realm & Active Travel Scheme at m28@corkrdo.ie.