Climate Action

Background The BusConnects Core Bus Corridors offer a once in a lifetime opportunity for cyclists in Dublin. BusConnects is the National Transport...
01/08/22
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The Campaign made a submission to Dublin City Council about their plans for interim cycle facilities on East Wall and Alfie Byrne Roads. The...
02/06/22
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Bike Week is a celebration and promotion of the benefits of cycling. This year it will kick off on Saturday 14 May and end on Sunday 22 May. To...
09/05/22
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Join us at Dalymount Park to celebrate Women’s Football and Bike Week 2022! 2-6pm A variety of activities in the carpark (off St. Peter...
09/05/22
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Come and Help Us! Volunteer Marshals Needed! Join us once again on our wonderful cycling odyssey through a selection of Dublin’s Community...
09/05/22
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In the lead-up to COP26, and the World Health Organisation’s call for more cycling to improve health through increased physical activity and improved...
05/11/21
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In the lead-up to COP26, and the World Health Organisation’s call for more cycling to improve health through increased physical activity and improved...
25/10/21
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To our volunteers, members and supporters, This morning, I was bitterly disappointed to hear the High Court ruled against the Strand Road...
30/07/21
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A recent motion by Cllr Graves to close off rights of way for cycling and walking through Glasmore estate was submitted to Fingal County Council. The...
13/02/21
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Update: Fingal County Council has published its consultation report on the R132. Attached below. Fingal Cycling Campaign is happy that Fingal...
17/12/20
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Sutton to Malahide greenway Fingal County Council had a recent meeting discussing the future plans of the Sutton to Malahide greenway. The link...
14/11/20
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National Bike Week will be a little different this year. This year we are taking advantage of of how much more used to the virtual world we’ve...
25/09/20
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On Monday 10th August we hosted an online public meeting to discuss a sustainable future for the Phoenix Park. A podcast of the meeting is now...
12/08/20
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Dublin City Council has announced that it is extending the operating hours of its pedestrian street trials after receiving extremely positive feedback...
31/07/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign was delighted to elect Kevin Baker as Chairperson at our AGM in September of this year. Kevin has been involved in the...
30/11/19
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While there was 6 tracks of talks for the 4 days in June of Velo-city Dublin 2019 within the Convention Centre, there was also a lot happening in and...
29/08/19
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Cyclist.ie, the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, has made a pre-budget submission, asking for 10% of the transport budget to be allocated to ...
10/08/19
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Major Health Bodies support call for Active Travel to be an integral part of the forthcoming All of Government Climate Action Plan The Irish...
14/04/19
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Major Health Bodies support call for Active Travel to be an integral part of the forthcoming All of Government Climate Action Plan The Irish...
13/04/19
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On 28th March a cross-party Oireachtas Committee, published its final report Climate Change: A Cross-Party Consensus for Action. The committee was...
02/04/19
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Worried about climate change? Frustrated by the government’s inaction on active travel and other measures to tackle emissions? Eager to do...
22/11/18
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Cyclist.ie members, including Dublin Cycling Campaign, have put together a strong budget submission addressed to Minister for Finance & Public...
24/08/18
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In its recommendations on How the State Can Make Ireland a Leader in Tackling Climate Change the Citizens Assembly strongly endorsed a much higher...
08/11/17
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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...
04/11/17
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One of the key messages from the ‘Dinner with Darwin’ event held on Saturday was that we need more people to drop a line to the Citizens’ Assembly...
25/07/17
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