Royal Canal Greenway Launch

Carlow County Council €75,000

Cavan County Council €520,000

  • Cavan Railway – Cavan Town UCG – Leitrim G/w at Belturbet €370,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 Cavan €150,000

Clare County Council €2.2 million

  • Ennis to Ennistymon €650,000
  • Ennistymon to Milltown Malbay €125,000
  • Limerick to Scarriff – O’Brien’s Bridge to Scarriff €300,000
  • Milltown Malbay to Moyasta 125,000
  • Shannon to Bunratty & Onto Limerick €120,000
  • West Clare Railway – Kilrush – Kilkee €800,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 Clare €100,000

Cork County Council €5.85 million

  • Mallow to Dungarvan – Mallow – Cork/Waterford Border €300,000
  • Midleton to Youghal Greenway – Midleton to Youghal €4,000,000
  • Muskerry Greenway (Lee to Sea) – Macroom – Dripsey – Farran €50,000
  • South Cork G/W – Cork to Kinsale €450,000
  • West Cork G/W – Cork to Schull €800,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 Cork €250,000

Donegal County Council €3.845 million

  • Barnesmore Gap Greenway €600,000
  • Burtonport to Letterkenny Greenway €1,000,000
  • Carrigans to Lifford GW €325,000
  • Inishowen – Buncrana – Carndonagh €700,000
  • Inishowen G/w – Bridgend to Buncrana & Newtowncunningham €500,000
  • Inishowen GW – Three Trees to Cardonagh €400,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 Donegal €320,000

Fingal County Council €700,000

  • Fingal Coastal Way – Donabate – Fingal Co. Bdy N of Balbriggan €600,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 Fingal €100,000

Galway County Council €3.225 million

  • Connemara – Clifden to Recess €800,000
  • Connemara – Derrygimlagh – Clifden – Kylemore Abbey €500,000
  • Connemara – Galway to Oughterard €800,000
  • Connemara – Recess to Oughterard €125,000
  • NCN Galway to Athlone Cycleway – GC €500,000
  • NCN – Galway to Athlone Cycleway – NRO Support GC 300,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 GC €200,000

Kerry County Council €10.45 million

  • Cockleshell Road to The Spa Greenway €300,000
  • N Kerry – Listowel to Limerick Border €500,000
  • N Kerry – Tralee to Fenit €650,000
  • South Kerry – Stage 1 – Cahirsiveen to Reenard pt €400,000
  • South Kerry – Stages 2 & 3 – Glenbeigh to Cahersiveen €8,000,000
  • Sth Kerry G/w connection into Nth Kerry G/w €50,000
  • Tralee to Listowel Greenway €300,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 KY €250,000

Kildare County Council €950,000

  • Grand Canal – Aylmer Bridge to Sallins €250,000
  • Grand Canal – Sallins Bridge – Clonkeen (Co. Offaly Border) €500,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 KE €200,000

Kilkenny County Council €500,000

  • Inistioge (Woodstock Estate) to New Ross (South East Greenway) €400,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 KK €100,000

Laois County Council €50,000

Leitrim County Council €1.9 million

  • SLNCR, Sligo to Enniskillen Greenway (P&D) (Formerly: SLNCR-Sligo Town to Blacklion, Co. Cavan) €1,500,000
  • South Leitrim Greenway €50,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 LM €350,000

Limerick City and County Council €1.8 million

  • Charleville to Patrickswell 200,000
  • Limerick G/W – Patrickswell to Colbert Station €50,000
  • Limerick G/w – Rathkeale – Adare – Patrick’s Well €200,000
  • Limerick Greenway – Rathkeale to Abbeyfeale €700,000
  • UL Loop – UL to Montpelier via Castleconnell €400,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 L €250,000

Longford County Council €50,000

  • Mid Shannon Wilderness – Corlea Bog €50,000

Louth County Council €850,000

  • Dundalk Bay to Carlingford Lough Greenway €850,000

Mayo County Council €4.975 million

  • BCWIG – Viaduct Westport – Moy Cycle Br Ballina €950,000
  • Blacksod Bay Greenway €25,000
  • Charlestown, Swinford, Foxford Greenway €25,000
  • Clew Bay – Achill Sound & Ext. to Bannacurry €950,000
  • Clew Bay – Belclare to Murrisk €400,000
  • Great Western Greenway – Newport Village €650,000
  • Great Western Greenway – Westport €500,000
  • Tonragee Realignment – Achill €175,000
  • LA Eng Support – E7 NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 MO €300,000
  • Great Western Greenway Asset Renewal Junctions and Pavement €700,000
  • Great Western Greenway Asset Renewal Structures and Fencing €300,000

Meath County Council €3.14 million

  • Boyne G/w & Navigation Scheme – Oldbridge Est. Entrance, Navan €350,000
  • Boyne Valley to Lakelands €600,000
  • Boyne Valley to Lakelands – Access and Parking €1,000,000
  • Boyne Valley to Lakelands: Wilkinstown to Castletown €650,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 MH €200,000
  • Boyne Valley Greenway (Boardwalk) – Asset Renewal Works €340,000

Monaghan County Council €720,000

  • Ulster Canal – Smithboro – Clones 150,000
  • Ulster Canal Greenway – Monaghan to Northern Ireland Border €270,000
  • Ulster Canal Greenway- Smithborough to Monaghan €150,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 MN €150,000

Offaly County Council €3.94 million

  • Grand Canal – Daingean to Edenderry €700,000
  • Grand Canal – Daingean to Tullamore & Henesy’s Br. to Turraun €35,000
  • Grand Canal – Kilbeggan Link €250,000
  • Grand Canal – Leabeg to Boora €450,000
  • Grand Canal Greenway – Shannon Harbour to Banagher €25,000
  • Grand Canal Greenway – Signage & Enhancement €80,000
  • Turraun to Shannon Harbour €2,400,000

Roscommon County Council €1.43 million

  • Lough Key to Carrick-on-Shannon €300,000
  • Lough Ree G/w – Athlone to Ballyleague/Lanesborough (May 2021) €600,000
  • Lough Ree G/w – Ballyleague/Lanesborough to
  • Tarmonbarry/Strokestown/Roosky €300,000
  • NCN – Athlone to Galway Cycleway – NRO Support RN €50,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 RN €180,000

Sligo County Council €1.09 million

  • Sligo G/w – Bellaghy – Charlestown – Collooney €700,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 SO €390,000

South Dublin County Council €2.65 million

  • Grand Canal – 12th Lock to Hazelhatch Bridge €2,500,000
  • LA Eng Support – E7 Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 SD €150,000

Tipperary County Council €790,000

  • Cashel to Cahir G/w – Cashel to Cahir Town €80,000
  • East Limerick Greenway (Tipperary) €100,000
  • Lough Derg G/w – Ballina to Dromineer €80,000
  • Marlfield Blueway Clonmel – Convent Rd to Marlfield €80,000
  • Suir Blueway – Gas House Br. – Suir Island, Clonmel €150,000
  • Suir Blueway – Marlfield to Cahir – Marlfield Village to Swiss Cottages €80,000
  • Suir Blueway – Waterford G/w Link – Carrick on Suir to Kilmeaden €120,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 T €100,000

Waterford City and County Council €1.47 million

  • Pathfinder – Youghal to Dungarvan €1,200,000
  • Waterford Greenway (2018 reallocation) €70,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 W €200,000

Westmeath County Council €5.64 million

  • Kilbeggan to Mullingar Greenway 820,000
  • NCN – Athlone Bridge Cycleway (Castle to the Marina) – WH €2,600,000
  • NCN – Athlone Castle, Cycleway & Public Realm €550,000
  • NCN – Galway to Athlone Cycleway – WH €1,200,000
  • NCN – Galway to Maynooth Cycleway €100,000
  • NRO Regional Greenways Support 2024 WH €370,000

Wexford County Council €4.175 million

  • New Ross to St. Mullins €25,000
  • Rosslare Strand to Rosslare Harbour €150,000
  • Rosslare to Waterford Greenway– Rosslare Europort to Belview, SE G/w €50,000
  • South East Greenway – Waterford to New Ross €3,500,000
  • Wexford Town to Rosslare Strand €250,000
  • Local Authority Greenways Support 2024 WX €200,000

Wicklow County Council €2.2 million

Written by Lynn

March 19, 2021

The official launch of the Royal Canal Greenway will take place on the 24th of March 2021. The event will be a virtual one, due to Covid 19 restrictions.

Minister Eamon Ryan & Minister Malcolm Noonan will be in attendance for the official launch.

The Royal Canal Greenway is 130Km of level tow path. It is ideal for both cyclists and walkers of all levels of fitness and age.

The Royal Canal Greenway starts out in Maynooth, Co Kildare and transverses 4 counties in total all the way to Longford town and Cloondara in Co. Longford.

The Greenway visits counties Kildare, Meath, Westmeath and Longford. Each of the four counties have worked extremely hard to develop this activity in partnership with Waterways Ireland. 

You can find out more about the project at http://www.royalcanalgreenway.org/ 

 

**** It is important that government guidelines are adhered to at all times and members of the public are requested not to travel more that 5km from their home if visiting a greenway ****

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