Dublin Cycling Campaign made a written submission to Dublin City Council on 4th February 2013. It concerned the traffic management works around St.
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The Campaign contributed to this Cyclist.ie submission to the Road Safety Authority seeking improvement in the ‘Rules of the Road’ guidance document and driver training.
In 2010 Dublin Cycling Campaign received funding from the Department of Transport under its Smarter Travel program to prepare a feasibility study / business plan for a cyclists’ map of Dublin.
We surveyed our members and Facebook friends to find the 10 worst junctions/streets in Dublin. These were presented to the Dublin City Council Cycle Forum in January 2011.
There are 35 million daily cyclists in Europe and more than 100 million Europeans that cycle regularly. Yet the European institutions are failing to take cycling seriously as a mode of transport.
The current guidance for designing for cyclists is the 1997 DTO Cycle Manual. It is generally regarded as obsolete and not fit for purpose.
The Dublin Cycling Campaign, together with Cyclist.ie, strongly support the introduction of widespread 30Kp/h zones in the city, particularly in residential streets and in the vicinity of schools.
In 2009 Ghostbikes began to place bikes in Dublin in memory of cyclists who have been killed in Road Traffic Collisions.
Scottish group Spokes obtained funding for research into storing bikes in Edinburgh’s typically small apartments, and produced this useful brochure
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