Cycling Infrastructure

The campaign made the submissions on the Tallaght to Templeogue Cycle Track & the N81 (Fortunestown to N82) Cycle Track. The main points of...
22/02/14
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Fingal County Council (FCC) covers an area of 452.7 square kilometres and has 88km of coastline stretching from Sutton in the south to Balbriggan in...
09/02/14
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Dublin City Council area is approximately 115 square kilometres, with a population of approximately 550,000, the largest in the Greater Dublin Area....
09/02/14
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Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) manages an area of 127 square kilometres including Dundrum, Glencullen, Stillorgan, Blackrock, Dun...
09/02/14
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Public roads are for all road users, and this should be reflected both in the design of roads, in the management of traffic, and in the formulation and...
02/02/14
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Eddie Conroy, County Architect for South Dublin County Council, is a co-author of the recently launched Design Manual for Urban Roads and Streets (...
04/01/14
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South Dublin County Council (SDCC) manages an area of 222.74 square kilometres including Lucan, Tallaght, Rathfarnham and Clondalkin. The Census 2011...
16/12/13
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Keep up to date with all the latest news on cycling in Dublin with our free monthly email newsletter. You can subscribe to it here. Recent ...
15/12/13
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There is a wealth of information available on the principles, the logistics, and the practicalities of developing Greenways, or Green Cycle Routes....
26/11/13
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We warmly welcome the NTA’s Cycle Network Plan and support its early implementation. The approach to developing the plan is methodical, clear and...
26/11/13
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Frankfurt’s Way: What Irish towns & cities can learn from the German experience in cycle advocacy Cyclist.ie hosted a talk by Joachim...
26/11/13
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Dublin Cycling Campaign made a written submission to Dublin City Council on 4th February 2013. It concerned the traffic management works around St....
26/11/13
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Manuel Díez Garrido will speak on the topic of Gentle Cities. He will draw on his urban design, planning and transportation work in Continental Europe...
26/11/13
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Introduction Dublin Cycling Campaign broadly welcomes the proposed changes to Frascati Road and Temple Hill to provide for cyclists. This scheme is of...
26/11/13
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The Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission on the Grafton Street Quarter Draft Public Realm Plan. The draft plan describes a vision of a...
26/11/13
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Achieving a Cycling-Friendly Ireland: A National Cycling Promotion Policy: September 2008: Version 1.1 3.4 Bike parking and storage...
06/07/13
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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...
09/06/13
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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...
08/06/13
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Pedro Malpica presents ‘The experience of Seville: improving urban cycling from nothing to remarkable’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘...
08/06/13
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Anne Bedos presents ‘Promoting social inclusion through cycling’ to Dublin Cycling Campaign’s conference ‘Growing Cycling Participation and...
08/06/13
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Séamus Mac Gearailt, Director in Roughan O Donovan (ROD) Engineering, presented on “Planning Dublin’s Cycle Network”. Séamus is a Fellow of...
08/06/13
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