Category Archives: Transport

Malahide Tidy Towns – Seapark Hill / Seamount Road Green Space tidy-up: Sat 28th Nov

Calling all volunteers! Malahide Tidy Towns have organised a tidy up of the green space between Seapark Hill and Seamount Road this coming Saturday (28th Nov 2020). They will be ably assisted by Malahide Lions Club members and Gaisce volunteers. All additional volunteers … Continue reading

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Malahide looped walks – 4. Abington, Streamstown and Castle

Update June 2021:We’re sorry to say that this walk is now closed, as a code controlled pedestrian gate has been added at the Abington end of the woodland path to Streamstown (between C and D on the map above). This … Continue reading

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Bike parking Malahide – where would you like new bike racks?

Time to have your say – where would you like additional bicycle parking in Malahide? Fingal county council has ordered 400 bike racks, with 1/3 due to be installed this month (June 2020) based on suggestions from FCC staff, councillors, … Continue reading

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Lets share our parks and roads with care

One silver lining of this challenging time is to see so many people out walking, jogging and cycling. We’re fortunate in Malahide to have Robswall Park (Paddy’s Hill), Malahide Demesne and Estuary Park, with lots of green spaces between.  We … Continue reading

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New Street to become pedestrian zone to facilitate social distancing

Unfortunately, social distancing is likely to be with us for the foreseeable future. Those of us who shop in Malahide village will have found that social distancing can be difficult to do when queuing outside shops, or attempting to pass … Continue reading

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Connecting communities to amenities

It’s great to share a good news story in these challenging times! There’s now a brand new footpath connecting Ashwood Hall on the Back Road to the playground entrance at Malahide Demesne. The timing could not be better, as due … Continue reading

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Latest Notes

Here are the notes from our March 2020 meeting. (Limited attendees due Covid-19). The notes of our previous meetings are available on our monthly notes page.

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Temp Road Closure – Old Yellow Walls Tues 24th March 2020

Old Yellow Walls, Malahide will be closed temporarily on 24th March 2020 between Millview Road and Seabury Crescent. Works are scheduled to commence at 10.00am and are expected to take 4 hours to complete. See diversion details below. More details … Continue reading

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Malahide Traffic Speeds – Have Your Say

Do you know the traffic speed permitted on your street? Are you happy with it? What about speeds permitted through the village? Now is your opportunity to speak up. Fingal County Council has launched a consultation regarding the traffic speed limits they … Continue reading

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It’s time to provide safe routes to schools

Since November 2019, we’ve been supporting Fingal county council’s pilot “School Streets” project at St. Oliver Plunkett’s and St. Andrews primary schools. Initial results are promising – with a 50% increase in pupils using “active travel” – such as walking, … Continue reading

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