The Marina in Cork City has been pedestrianised since the 15th May 2020, initially for a 3-month trial period, then until December 2020. Cork City Council has now opened a public consultation to permanently pedestrianise the area. In June 2020, Pedestrian Cork sent out a short survey to understand how residents and visitors have foundContinue reading “The Marina Experience”
On 8th October 2020 at 8.30pm we will be holding a public meeting presenting the results of the Pedestrian Survey 2020. Marica Cassarino will present the findings and this will be followed by a Q&A. Please register via the link below to receive the video link.
The Marina in Cork City was Pedestrianised in May 2020 Pedestrian Cork would like to celebrate the experience by compiling how residents and visitors found this newly pedestrianised amenity. We will do this through a report and a short video clip. Did you learn to cycle here? What was it like to use the spaceContinue reading “The Marina Experience”
Pedestrian Cork is an advocacy group that is working towards a public realm that is accessible, walkable and supportive of our own and the planet’s health in an inclusive and ambitious way.
The group includes volunteers with various backgrounds and experiences. It is open to anyone in Cork City or County who agrees to uphold the Irish Pedestrian Network Resolutions.
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