An overhang boardwalk on Kent Bridge as well as a possible reallocation of road lane and footway space are to form part of a feasibility study for an Active Travel plan for Fermoy, Cork County Council have confirmed.
A Cork County Council spokesperson, this week confirmed to The Avondhu that the council intends to progress a feasibility study for an area-based active travel and transport plan for Fermoy, ‘subject to funding availability’.
Options appraisal of the existing road space and footways in the town, including Kent Bridge, will be included in the study, the spokesperson noted.
“A key outcome of such a study would be to assess the possible re-allocation of road lane and footway space and whether or not an overhang boardwalk on the Kent Bridge would be beneficial in the overall context of an active travel and transport plan for Fermoy,” the spokesperson said.
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