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 -
Dublin Cycling Campaign’s AGM was packed to the rafters on Monday night in the Central Hotel.
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC CONSULTATION
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).
We are organising a week-long celebration of cycling in the Phoenix Park during Bike Week together with the Office of Public Works (OPW
Dublin drops from 11th to 15th in The Copenhagenize Index 2015 - Bicycle-friendly Cities which was published on Tuesday June 2nd with followin
It’s great news to hear 94% of submissions were in favour of a having a cycleway and 48% were in favour of the two way cycle track along the north quays.
We’re back in the Picnic! Dublin Cycling Campaign is delighted to be invited back to be part of the fabulous Global Green Area of the Electric Picnic festival this year.
Bicycle thefts are a great nuisance for cyclists but what can be done to stop them? We have taken a look at the two most prominent bicycle nations: the Netherlands and Denmark.
Free access to secure bike lockers and bike stands is being provided at a number of city centre locations throughout Limerick to boost the number of people cycling to work or shop in the city
The Campaign’s new 30 km/h Action Group has started work. We want to achieve a reduction in speeds to improve cycling and walking by campaigning for a default 30 km/h in built-up areas.
Everyone loved it, obviously. And the world didn’t fall apart.
The images above give a summary of the results of the Bike Theft survey we conducted in December 2014.
Colm Ryder and Damien Ó Tuama (pictured) - both from Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie - attended the cycling conference in Belfast on Thursday 30th April.
Help us do more for cycling in Dublin, please consider getting involved.