Dublin Cycling Campaign has been working on behalf of the capital’s cyclists since 1993 and overall we have made pretty good progress in bringing the bicycle in from the margins of transport thinki
We need you to make a simple submission to support the DLR plan to build a greenway cycling route from Cornelscourt to Cherrywood.
Dublin Cycling Campaign have just lodged a detailed submission with Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) in relation to a proposed 1.9km long greenway/cycle route
GoCar strengthens their link with the Dublin Cycling Campaign by offering our members a better discount for joining up and some other amazing extras.
UCD Belfield campus could probably be compared to a large number of Irish towns, with its student and staff population of nearly 30,000.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is currently developing its Corporate Plan for the period 2015 -2019.
SCI welcomes the consultation process which gives the residents of Skerries an opportunity to give their views on the important issue of setting appropriate speed limits f
1.0 Dublin Cycling Campaign
PRESS RELEASE - FOR IMMEDIATE USE
Three cheers for the new contra-flow cycle/bus lane which is coming on stream on Camden St - Richmond St. and which runs past the Bleeding Horse pub!
Dublin Cycling Campaign wishes all of its members and fans a great Christmas and New Year’s break.
Over the last five years, cargo bikes have become much more popular in Dublin.
The campaign sent the following letter to Minister Donohoe seeking a meeting to discuss bicycle theft.
Dear Minister Donohoe
This is the new bridge for cyclists and pedestrians over the River Dodder between the Firhouse Road and Old Bawn Road.
Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) is a voluntary independent group that works to bring about improved conditions for cyclists and greater recognition of the benefits of c
The cycling campaign has launched a campaign to tackle the growing problem of bicycle theft, which has doubled in Dublin since the introduction of the Bike to Work scheme in 2009.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
5 November 2014, Dublin, Ireland
The campaign submitted the following observations to South Dublin County Council.
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