Dublin Cycling Campaign



In 2009 Ghostbikes began to place bikes in Dublin in memory of cyclists who have been killed in Road Traffic Collisions. For details see the Ghostbikes...





The Dublin Cycling Campaign, together with Cyclist.ie, strongly support the introduction of widespread 30Kp/h zones in the city, particularly in residential...



Introduction

On 31st January 2010 Dublin City introduced new byelaws which extended the number of streets in the city with a 30 km/h speed limit to the...



The current guidance for designing for cyclists is the 1997 DTO Cycle Manual. It is generally regarded as obsolete and not fit for purpose. The Dublin...



The “Volunteers of Cycling” Academy ( VOCA ) Project In July 2011 the Dublin Cycling Campaign was awarded a grant for a two year project with cycling...



There are 35 million daily cyclists in Europe and more than 100 million Europeans that cycle regularly. Yet the European institutions are failing to take...



Bike Park in Drury Street

In December 2009 Dublin City Council launched a new initiative to provide extra cycle parking spaces in the city centre. They...



Legal Status of The Dublin Cycling Campaign CLG

Dublin Cycling Campaign CLG is an independent, voluntary group lobbying local and national government to...



What is Dangerous Overtaking?

Dangerous overtaking by drivers of other road users is a statutory offence as set out in Section No. 10 of SI No. 182 of 1997...



Do you ride a bike? Ever thought of cycling to work? Would you like support from a Bike Buddy? We have over twenty bike buddies who are all experienced...



After a year and a half on ESB works the Green Route has finally opened.

Covering 8.5Km the new cycle path extends from the 12th Lock at Inchicore (...



Three years into the National Cycle Policy Framework ( NCPF ), this conference will assess its progress in bringing positive change to cycling in Ireland....



Ally Menary presents ‘The green schools initiative - what is it teaching us?’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and...



Dr. Catherine Woods presents ‘School children’s active travel and gender differences’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling...



A display of cycling fashion down through the ages present at Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and Closing the Gender...



Lord Mayor Andrew Montague presents to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and Closing the Gender Gap’.



Heather Boyle presents ‘Bike for Life - Cycling Ireland’s programme to close the gender gap’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing...



Dave O’C onnor presents ‘Gender and cycling: recent research findings’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and...



Teresa Lavin presents ‘Active travel - healthy lives’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and Closing the Gender Gap’.



Mary Russell presents ‘Reflections on bicycling - from Syria to Georgia and beyond’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling...



Aleksander Buczyński presents ‘Analysis of cycling accidents in Poland’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and...



Pedro Malpica presents ‘The experience of Seville: improving urban cycling from nothing to remarkable’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing...



Kevin Mayne presents ‘Shifts in thinking and policy at a European level’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and...


Highlighted activities and useful information

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