Work to extend the Waterford Greenway has just begun and while it will take 18 months to complete, the new extension and enhancement will pave the way for greenway links into other areas of the south east.
The project will help augment the user numbers along this section of the Greenway and, in addition, provide users with a safer and more comfortable cycling and walking experience as they approach the City Centre.
The enhancement and improvement of the 2.1km stretch of the Greenway will also provide for the future Greenway links to New Ross, currently at construction phase, and Rosslare and Tramore.
The Waterford Greenway is already 46km long and links the outskirts of the city to Dungarvan. Opened in 2017, it was built along the former Great Southern and Western Railway Line and has proven one of the most popular tourism attractions in the country.
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