Plans have been revealed for the final phase of the BusConnects project in Dublin.
The plan is aiming to massively overhaul the capital's bus network.
It will create 230km of dedicated bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes.
It's focused on 16 of the busiest routes in and out of the city centre.
The third and final phase covers six bus corridors:
- Ballymun to the City Centre (Option A & B)
- Finglas to Phibsborough
- Bray to the City Centre
- UCD Ballsbridge to the City Centre
- Blackrock to Merrion
- Ringsend to the City Centre
Transport officials say annual passenger growth on Dublin Bus services on the six corridors has increased by 18% between 2015 and 2018.
However, they're warning that commuters are also facing increased congestion on roads and frequent delays.
BusConnects is aiming to shorten journey times by up to 20 minutes compared to current times.
As with the two previous phases, members of the public are now being asked to give feedback on the plans.
390 homeowners along the routes involved may lose part of their gardens.
Anyone potentially impacted already been contacted and invited to one-on-one meetings with officials.
Officials say the consultation process has already "suggested a number of solutions" for the other two phases, including at alternative layout at Santry on the Swords to City Centre route
Anne Graham of the NTA explained: “With the city due to grow by 25% and congestion one of the most significant challenges facing the Dublin region, the BusConnects Core Bus Corridor project is needed now more than ever."
"We are eager to hear the concerns of all those potentially impacted and ensure they are updated at every step of the project.
Details on how to send a submission can be found on the BusConnects website, with the consultation process continuing until the end of April.