Dublin to Maynooth 26 km
Project Stage: Partially Open
The section between Dublin City and Maynooth consists of a series of smaller projects which are currently at various stages of development under the general aegis of the NTA (National Transport Agency) and will also provide a commuter element as well as being enjoyed by other cyclists, tourists and walkers from the local communities.
The length of the route is approximately 26km. A 2km section between Ashtown and Castleknock (see photos below) and a 0.3km section on Sheriff Street opened to the public in 2014.
Royal Canal Greenway - Dublin to Maynooth
Project Status 2022
|Stretch||County Council||Project Status|
|Phase 1, Guild Street||Dublin City Council||Complete 2014|
|Phase 2, Sherriff St Upper to Newcomen Bridge||Dublin City Council||Complete 2021|
|Phase 3, Newcomen Bridge to Phibsboro||Dublin City Council||Construction 2022, Opening 2024|
|Phase 4, Phibsboro to Ashtown||Dublin City Council||Construction 2022, Opening 2024|
|Ashtown to Castleknock||Fingal County Council||Complete 2014|
|Castleknock to Kildare County Boundary||Fingal County Council||Planning 2022|
|Kildare County Boundary to Maynooth||Kildare County Council||Construction 2022, Opening 2024|