Kilcock Park and Ride Bye-Laws On Public Consultation

20768188_10155401168131047_3391562709963316375_nDraft parking bye-laws for Kilcock go on display on August 21st. The proposal is to regulate parking so that there is a maximum stay introduced of two hours, to encourage turnover of spaces, however there is no element of pay parking involved and spaces will remain free of charge within the town.

There is also a provision for a park & ride site within the bye-laws, this will allow users of the train or bus park all day in a secure location and without affecting local businesses. There will be a slight charge for that, the exact detail to be worked out with Irish Rail and the NTA. That park and ride is shown in the diagram below as the black spaces in bottom right corner (the proposed site is opposite LIDL). Continue Reading →

Raising need for park and ride funding with Minister

parkandridesignoxford20050910I have spoken with the Minister to highlight the urgent need for additional car parking facilities to accommodate the growing use of public transport in Kildare North. From my representations with the Minister I understand there is little funding available but he has informed me that a midterm review is underway in his Department. Continue Reading →