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.
We had a packed house for Dublin Cycling Campaign’s public meeting on Monday 10th August!
Dublin Cycling Campaign submitted the following piece to Dublin City Council, in support of the City Centre Transport Study.
Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) “liberated” a section of cycle lane on Ranelagh Road (near Elmpark Avenue), Dublin 6, between 8.30 and 9.30am on Friday 31 July to highlight
Today the above poster appeared on the Gardaí social media platforms.
Cyclist.ie respects the decision of the Minister for Transport Tourism & Sport (DTTAS) to introduce Fixed
On 14th July, Alan Kelly, Minister of the Environment, in reply to a Dáil Question, has given approval for Dublin City Council to appoint a Cycling Officer -
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC CONSULTATION
Dublin Cycling Campaign’s AGM was packed to the rafters on Monday night in the Central Hotel.
What happens as a new mobility system - in the form of a public bike-sharing system - becomes embedded into a city? What, if any, new processes are kicked into action?
On 25th June, we sent the following email to officials of the Road Safety section at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport (DTTAS).
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