Named a Bicycle Friendly City by the League of American Bicyclists in 2013,
Dublin continues to expand its bike path network.
This summer, 5-foot wide bike lanes will be constructed along
Muirfield Drive from Moors Place to Glick Road
in addition to new shared use paths with pre-fabricated pedestrian
bridges over the North Fork Indian Run
connecting the new bike lanes to existing shared-use paths located
at the Muirfield Drive/Brand Road roundabout.
To allow for the pavement widening,
the existing AEP owned street lights will
be removed and replaced with 25 foot tall
City of Dublin owned LED street lights.
You have already seen the orange fences protecting vegetation and spray paint marking utility lines.
Beginning July 21, the outside traffic lane for north bound and south bound Muirfield
Drive will be closed to traffic.
This lane closure will be in place until the project is completed in November 2014.
The inside traffic lane for north bound and south bound Muirfield Drive traffic
will remain open at all times.
Tree trimming and tree removal necessary for constructing
of the bike lanes and the pedestrian bridges will begin the week of July 21.