Cycling Infrastructure

We’re encouraging people to continue requesting improved walking & cycling facilities, and to contact the councils & local councillors in...
08/07/20
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Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown recently announced a village improvement project in Blackrock village. Phase 1 completed at the end of June and Dublin Cycling...
30/06/20
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Over the past number of weeks, negotiators from Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and the Green Party have been hammering out a deal for a coalition government....
19/06/20
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During May 2020 we carried out a survey of our members who live and cycle in South Dublin. We asked for feedback on cycle track maintenance issues, and...
06/06/20
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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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Dublin Cycling Campaign is glad to announce that we have secured improvements for people walking and cycling as part of a private planning application...
21/04/20
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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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Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes City Council’s decision to increase space for walking & cycling Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes today’s...
17/04/20
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On 13th March, Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission to the Department Culture, Heritage and Gaeltacht to aid in the development of a new National...
21/03/20
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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 proposal for interim cycle safety measures along the Liffey Quays was approved, with cross-party support, by councillors at last Monday’s Dublin...
05/03/20
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Sincere apologies for the late notice but unfortunately we’ve had to cancel this evening’s public meeting due to unforeseen circumstances...
05/03/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign has welcomed Dublin City Council’s recommendation that a trial implementation of the Liffey Cycle Route should go ahead this...
27/02/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign needs you to support Option 5 for the Carysfort Avenue cycle lane proposal: make your submission here. Keep your submission...
16/02/20
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In response to multiple reports of cyclists suffering injuries in slips and falls, which was first highlighted by Dublin Cycling Campaign, Dublin City...
04/02/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign has issued an alert after a large number of people reported slips and falls while cycling in Dublin in recent weeks. Over a...
02/02/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign was amongst the invitees for the official opening on 20th of December 2019 of Dublin’s newest cycle bridge. The new...
21/12/19
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Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission today to Fingal County Council in regard to its proposals for a cycle and pedestrian scheme in Balbriggan,...
19/12/19
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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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Dublin Cycling Campaign are delighted to see that Dublin City Council have started construction of the new walking and cycling bridge along the north...
21/08/19
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Dublin City Council is proposing to change Broombridge in Cabra to allow cyclists on the Royal Canal Greenway to connect to Broombridge train station...
31/07/19
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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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