BusConnects

Join us for an online public meeting to discuss proposals to support cycling and walking in South Dublin county to meet current social distancing...
30/05/20
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On Friday 17th April, Dublin Cycling Campaign submitted 17 separate submissions to the National Transport Authority on BusConnects. This was in...
21/04/20
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This week, Dublin Cycling Campaign submitted a list of suggested cycling quick wins to Dublin City Council. These are for temporary safety improvements...
12/03/20
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The Love 30 Campaign is supported by a group of organisations and individuals who believe that lower speed limits can make our towns and cities safer...
05/03/20
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All of the political parties have published their manifestos ahead of #GE2020, and Martina Callinan of Galway Cycling Campaign & Cyclist.ie has...
06/02/20
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This month’s public meeting will focus on the South Dublin County Council local authority area, which stretches from Lucan to Kippure Mountain,...
10/10/19
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Attached below is our overall summary submission on the general trends/concerns we have for all 16 Core Bus Corridors.
03/06/19
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The Finglas BusConnects Core Bus Corridor creates new cycle infrastructure and provides some good-quality cycle tracks. The route includes North Rd...
31/05/19
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Overall the Bray Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is one of the longest and most complex routes. It starts at Nassau Street in the city centre, to Lesson Street...
31/05/19
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Overall the Ballymun Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is mixed. There are some good sections to it but many hard decisions to make. The positives first....
31/05/19
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The UCD to City Centre BusConnects Core Bus Corridor will good-quality cycle tracks. The route runs from the UCD flyover to the City Centre via...
31/05/19
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The Greenhills to City Centre corridor is one of the longest. It is mixed. The are good sections on the new Greenhills Road and on Cork Street. However...
30/04/19
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The proposed Kimmage to City Centre Core Bus Corridor (CBC) reroutes cyclists from the Lower Kimmage Road to side roads for most of the route from the...
15/04/19
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A motion put forward by Cllr Roderic O’Gorman at a recent Fingal County Council meeting calling on the council to support a cycling officer...
09/04/19
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The Blackrock to Merrion BusConnects Core Bus Corridor (CBC) will provide segregated cycle tracks from Blackrock along the Rock Road to Merrion. After...
18/03/19
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Dublin Cycling Campaign needs you to support the proposed Option A for the BusConnects plan. We discuss the difference between Options A and B ...
16/03/19
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The Ringsend BusConnects Core Bus Corridor upgrades existing cycle infrastructure and provides some good-quality two-way cycle tracks. The route...
11/03/19
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All Cyclists Need to Understand The Implications of the Bus Connects Core Bus Corridor Project The BusConnects Core Bus Corridors is a once in a...
04/03/19
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The Rathfarnham BusConnects Core Bus Corridor (CBC) delivers some key sections of cycle track between Rathfarnham, Terenure and Rathmines. However, in...
03/03/19
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Overall the Tallaght to Terenure Core Bus Corridor (CBC) includes some welcome improvements. However, there are many gaps in the proposed cycle tracks...
03/03/19
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Overall the Clondalkin to Drimnagh Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is welcome. This section of the city is incredibly hard to cycle around currently because of...
03/03/19
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Overall the Liffey Valley Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is good-quality in places but there are issues. The route starts at Liffey Valley shopping centre,...
03/03/19
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The BusConnects Core Bus Corridors is a once in a lifetime opportunity for cyclists in Dublin. BusConnects is the National Transport Authority’s (NTA)...
03/03/19
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World Cafe- Start the New Year on the right pedal and promote cycling Our first meeting of 2019 will take place in our usual venue - the Central Hotel...
05/01/19
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Our first meeting of 2019 will take place in our usual venue - the Central Hotel on Exchequer Street / Georges Street. All welcome. Meeting...
05/01/19
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