Dublin Cycling Campaign News



Contact your TD s NOW and ask them to support the Minimum Passing Distance Law!

A date has now been set for the commencement of the legislative...



A big shout out to everyone who came along to our Bicycle Christmas Party on Saturday night in The Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Newmarket, Dublin 8. It was...



Over the past 18 months, since the new rails began to be installed for the Luas Cross City project, Dublin Cycling Campaign has received multiple messages...



At the recent meeting of Fingal County Council on Monday 11th December 2017 a motion was put forward by Councillor E. O’B rien to abandon plans of...



Report on our public meeting about the impact of Luas Cross City on cycling.

Dublin Cycling Campaign held its monthly public meeting in the Central...



People who cycle are entitled to the same protection against hateful rhetoric as anyone else, argues Kieran Ryan . †

The issue of cyclists’ safety...



Press release for immediate use: Issued by Cyclist.ie, Dublin Cycling Campaign, IBIKED ublin, Safe Cycling Ireland & Cycling Without Age

What...



Sign up for €20 as a member of the Dublin Cycling Campaign between now and the Christmas Party on Saturday 16th December 2017 and be in with a chance to win...



There has been great controversy over the proposed cycle route design from Clontarf to Amiens Street. This piece outlines Dublin Cycling Campaign’s...



In its recommendations on How the State Can Make Ireland a Leader in Tackling Climate Change the Citizens Assembly strongly endorsed a much higher...



We are thrilled that An Bord Pleanála has approved the proposed development of a pedestrian and cycle bridge crossing the River Shannon in Athlone. The...



Press release from Cyclist.ie for immediate use, issued 2 November 2017

‘The Citizens’ Assembly’ is in session on Sat. 4 & Sun 5 November to...



Recently on my morning commute I noticed “Cycle lane closed” signs in the Phoenix Park. Engineers had been installing lights to light up the bicycle path...



Recently on my morning commute I noticed “Cycle lane closed” signs in the Phoenix Park. Engineers had been installing lights to light up the bicycle path...



This week, to coincide with the days getting shorter, we’ll be handing out hundreds of free spare bike lights to encourage people on bikes to ‘Light...



Fingal County Council is organising information evenings on the Sutton-Malahide Greenway this week.

Fingal CoCo is organising a series of...



Dublin Cycling Campaign ( DCC ) was formed in 1993 in response to the exclusion of everyday cycling from transportation policy and practice in the 1980s and...



Hi guys, I hope you’re good! My name is Rachel and I’ve been a member of the campaign since August this year. I have joined an action group...



In 2010 Dublin Cycling Campaign received funding from the Department of Transport under its Smarter Travel program to prepare a feasibility study / business...



The NTA has suspended funding on the project.

The Liffey Cycle Route received a further setback this morning when it was announced that the National...



The NTA have just published the following report on the introduction of the new wider Bus and Cycle priority lanes along the North and South Quays. Public...



The European Traffic Police Network ( TISPOL ) supports a major initiative on the 21st of September each year called the European Day Without A Road Death,...



For the 9th year in a row, bicycle campaigners and artists joined forces with other activists and advocates in the Global Green area of Electric Picnic....



Dublin Cycling Campaign is back once again at the heart of the Picnic - and we’re delighted to be teaming up with Cyclist.ie , Cork Cycling Festival...


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