€20m plans to build the first 200km cycling path.

Proposals for a new route between Galway and Dublin are being brought forward. The new route being planned would be the first continuous cross-country off road-trail in Ireland. Suggestions being made are, that once fully realised that the planned route will potentially provide a revenue of 15million per annum much of that going straight into the local businesses according to Transport Minister Leo Varadkar.

“A national off-road cycle trail would be a first for Ireland and a great tourism asset.” The minister had said. He has asked the national Roads authority to look at possible routes for an off-road cycling path from Maynooth to Galway. Funds have been provided to the National Transport Authority (NTA) has been given funds to design work along the royal canal. But the full 20m has yet to be allocated to the project.

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