The theme of the 2016 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin is “Imagine If” and it’s all about the future.
With the general election just around the corner, cyclists have set out their political demands!
David Timoney, head of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s research group on tackling bike theft, gives an update on progress.
Since the demise of the original Cycling Officer post in 2012, Dublin Cycling Campaign has been lobbying Dublin City Council to appoint a new Cycling Officer.
As the COP21 continued, ECF & WCA’s Transport Initiative Cycling Delivers on the Global Go
Back in October IrishCycle.com reported on the results of the first two
On Sunday 29 November, we took part in the People’s Climate March in Dublin which was organised by Stop Climate Chaos.
The DRAFT Dublin City Development Plan 2016-22 is out for public consultation right now, giving each and every one of you the chance to have an input into
In yesterday’s Herald a piece appeared under the headline “Cyclists face €4
Dublin Cycling Campaign / Cyclist.ie made a detailed submission on Friday 13th November to the NTA in regard to their Draft Transport Strategy 2016-2035 for the Greater Du
We wrote a letter requesting that An Garda Siochana traffic corps assist in keeping Dublin moving.
We are requesting that a more appropriate Road Traffic Collision reporting when it comes to the standard of wording used when reporting road traffic collisions between vulnerable users and motor ve
Since its foundation in 1993 (in response to cycling being almost completely ignored by the transport profession) Dublin Cycling Campaign has grown into a strong advocacy organisation and we have s
Dublin Cycling Campaign member Paul Corcoran reports on the grand opening of the ‘Old Rail Trail’ on 18th October 2015.
Spend money on a bike lock cyclists or pay the price - Bike Theft Working Group.
The National Trails Office (NTO) and Cyclist.ie are both involved in the development of EuroVelo routes in Ireland.
Dublin Cycling Campaign curated another exciting bicycle space at Global Green as part of Electric Picnic 2015.
Dublin Cycling Campaign and An Taisce/Cyclist.ie made two submissions in regard to the draft Road Safety Plan of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.
Dublin Cycling Campaign has been lobbying and fighting for improvements to road design for over 20 years. Here is one of our submissions from 2002.
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