Dublin Cycling Campaign



Dublin Cycling Campaign keeps a close eye on what is happening in London on the campaigning front and we also keep in touch with our colleagues in...



This is the new bridge for cyclists and pedestrians over the River Dodder between the Firhouse Road and Old Bawn Road. This is part of the Tallaght to...



Dublin Cycling Campaign ( DCC ) is a voluntary independent group that works to bring about improved conditions for cyclists and greater recognition of the...



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : 5 November 2014, Dublin, Ireland

Bicycle theft in Ireland has doubled in Ireland since the introduction of the Bike to Work...



The campaign submitted the following observations to South Dublin County Council.

Transport

We believe that the South Dublin County Development Plan...



At our monthly meeting in April 2014 David Timoney gave this presentation on his research into Bike Theft in Ireland and the Netherlands.



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...



By Paul Corcoran

There are no infrastructure facilities provided for cyclists on the main Palmerstown N4 section heading into town via Chapelizod...



Congratulations to Dublin based custom bike manufacturers ‘ Funked Up ’ who have just been announced as winners of the prestigious 2014 Propeller Program...



A research project has been set up by the Tyndall National Institute, to examine various air quality, sound levels and traffic levels with the help of...



The NTA (National Transport Authority) have sought Public Consultation on the proposed Swiftway Bus Rapid Transit – Swords/Airport to City Centre.

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We attended Vegetarian Day 2014 in St Andrews Resource Centre on Pearse Street. The event was run by the Vegetarian Society of Ireland .

There was a...



By Colm Ryder

I have just returned from an eye opening and wonderful trip to Basel in Switzerland, which straddles the international borders of...



By Hugh Halpin

Did you ever wonder how long the coast of Ireland is? One way of measuring it is to set off on a bicycle. Of course there are easier...



We would like to thanks all of those who stopped by our Bicycle clinic on Park(ing) Day! We want to congratulate as well all the responsible cyclists for...



Cllr. Ciaran Cuffe the chairperson of the incoming Dublin City Council Transport SPC gave the Dublin Cycling Campaign Annual Lecture last Thursday at the...



Ciarán Cuffe has criticised transport agencies for holding back on a vision that would put walking and cycling at the heart of Dublin’s transport policy...



It has been reported that the cycle counter on the Rock Road has been damaged on Sunday and is currently out of use. DLR county council have informed us...



If you’ve thinking about cycling to work but haven’t worked up the courage yet, there’s a great article over on Momentum Mag that might...



As part of PARK (ing) Day we’ll be running a free Bicycle Clinic on Molesworth Street from 10am to 5pm on Friday the 19th September. Qualified mechanics...



Along with Marion and a group of six pals we set out in late June to cycle about 120 km of EuroVelo ( EV 1) route south from La Rochelle to Talmont-sur-...



The winners of the Bikeweek Photo Competition were announced at the July monthly meeting of the Dublin Cycling Campaign. The theme of the competition was “...



The Dublin Cycling Campaign Annual report for July 2013 to June 2014 is now available. This contains details of the campaign’s activities, campaigns,...



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...


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