The Dublin Cycling Campaign made the following submission to Fingal County Council on the proposed Blanchardstown to Phoenix Park cycle route.
If you missed the talk by Arlene Finn of the Smarter Travel Workplaces/ Smarter Travel Campus programmes in the National Transport Authority on “Smarter Travel for Employers - A
Fingal County Council (FCC) has created great excitement in the Malahide-Donabate area with their proposal to create a 6.5 km long cyclist/pedestrian track from Malahide C
As cyclists we are all well aware of the dangers posed by Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs).
Cyclist.ie and Dublin Cycling Campaign designed an on-line survey questionnaire aimed at all the local election candidates hoping to influence their election manifestos in favour of cycling promoti
Cycling advocacy in Ireland suffered a great loss last month with the passing, after a short illness, of Tom McClelland from Northern Ireland Cycling Initiative (NICI) and
There are a number of legal provisions directly affecting cyclists in Irish road traffic law so what follows is an attempt to describe them and make them more easily understood.
The campaign made the submissions on the Tallaght to Templeogue Cycle Track & the N81 (Fortunestown to N82) Cycle&nb
The campaign made this submission on the Blackrock Local Area Plan
The campaign made this submission on the proposed road development of the ESB Link Road and Link to Arena Road.
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Here is a summary of a position paper on the economic benefits of cycling produced by Cyclist.i
Bicycles may be carried for free on Commuter and DART services at the following times:
This page gives an overview of the structure and roles within the Dublin Cycling Campaign.
Our vision of Dublin is a vibrant Living City where people can safely enjoy cycling and walking
There is a wealth of information available on the principles, the logistics, and the practicalities of developing Greenways, or Green Cycle Routes.
The Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission on the Grafton Street Quarter Draft Public Realm Plan.
The Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission (see pdf file below) on the draft Bye Laws on speed limits on local and regional road in Fingal.
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