Over €9 million in government funding has been allocated to three Kerry greenways.
Minister for Transport, Eamonn Ryan, and Minister of State, Hildegarde Naughton, have confirmed the allocation of €63.5 million in funding for greenways nationwide.
The Tralee-Fenit Greenway, which is currently under construction, will receive almost €3.5 million (€3,440,000), and is due to be completed next year.
The South Kerry Greenway, which is due to run from Glenbeigh to Renard, will receive €1.4 million.
The project is currently still awaiting a decision from An Bórd Pleanála, over a year after a month-long oral hearing on the greenway was held.
€4.5 million (€4,540,000) will go towards a greenway between Listowel and Tralee.
This is part of a wider project to link the Tralee-Fenit and North Kerry Greenways, which is still in the early stages of development.