Fingal County Council has an exciting programme of greenway infrastructure development under development across the County at present.
It plans to develop a network of high quality greenways over the coming years, as part of our wider sustainable transport infrastructure programme, in order to realise the many benefits that this type of development can bring in terms of climate change, economic development, and health and leisure amenity.
With 88 kilometres of coastline, Fingal has great potential for the provision of cycleways which will improve sustainability, transport infrastructure and the health and well-being of the County’s residents.
There are a number of greenway schemes at different stages of development. You can find out more about current projects by clicking below to explore further detail.
Sutton to Malahide Pedestrian & Cycle Scheme
Public consultation launched on March 24th 2022.
Royal Canal Urban Greenway
The Royal Canal Urban Greenway is a proposed high quality Greenway route which will serve Castleknock, Blanchardstown, Clonsilla, Coolmine and the wider Dublin 15 area.
Fingal Coastal Way
The Fingal Coastal Way is a proposed greenway extending from Newbridge Demesne in Donabate to the Fingal county boundary, north of Balbriggan.
The 6km off-road walking and cycling greenway route will be built jointly by Fingal County Council and the National Transport Authority (NTA).
Baldoyle to Portmarnock Greenway
The new €2.5m Baldoyle to Portmarnock walking and cycling greenway project, a vital first phase of the overall Sutton to Malahide Greenway Scheme, is open,
Harry Reynolds Pedestrian and Cycle Route
The route forms part of the Greater Dublin Area Cycle Network Plan and will be an important element of sustainable infrastructure within the town of Balbriggan.