Proposed Pedestrian Crossing R609 Maryborough Wood

Proposed Pedestrian Crossing R609 Maryborough Wood

Cork County Council

Road Traffic Act 1994

Proposed Pedestrian Crossing R609 Maryborough Woods Junction, Old Carrigaline Road, Douglas

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act, 1994, Cork County Council hereby gives notice of its intention to install a controlled pedestrian crossing on the R609 Maryborough Woods Junction, Old Carrigaline Road, Douglas, Co. Cork.

 Drawings and particulars indicating the proposals are available for inspection at Cork County Council, Municipal District Engineering Office, Church Road, Carrigaline, Co. Cork during normal office hours from 11th September 2017 to 13th October 2017 inclusive.

Submissions regarding the proposal may be made in writing to the above office on or before 5 pm on 13th October 2017.

Director of Roads

8th September 2017 09 2017
Proposal for pedestrian crossing on R609 Maryborough Woods, Douglas. Details can be inspected at the Council office in Carrigaline from 11th September 2017

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