A major Sustrans bike route in Derry, Northern Ireland has been reopened. The traffic-free route had been completely blocked using prefabricated concrete bricks, effectively cutting off traffic-free access for cyclists to
The cycle path, which runs along the river Foyle from Prehen to the
Negotiations between Derry City Council, Sustrans and the developer have resulted in the removal of the wall by the developer leaving this path open for walkers and cyclists once more.
As well as being a local commuting route, the traffic-free trail is part of Sustrans’ 236 mile Ballyshannon to Ballycastle touring route which links