Dublin City

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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Dublin Cycling Campaign has expressed its disappointment at the news that a legal challenge against the implementation of a trial cycle route on Strand...
30/07/21
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Dublin City Council are currently seeking feedback on the Strategic Issues Paper for the future Dublin City Development Plan. The development plan is a...
22/02/21
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Dublin City Council recently invited responses to its public consultation on proposals for pedestrianising College Green and part of Dame Street. The...
16/01/21
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Dublin City Council are looking for feedback on an updated section of the Strand Road quick-build cycle route in Sandymount. Dublin City Council are...
12/01/21
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Page for Dublin Cycling Campaign 23 November 2020 - Building Dublin’s Future Cycle Network You can find a copy of the slides for this...
24/11/20
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Dublin City Council is hosting a new online event that will show participants how to live a greener lifestyle from the safety of their own homes....
24/11/20
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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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What Can You Do? Engage with the public consultation [5 minutes]. It is absolutely critical that as many people as possible make their view...
24/08/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes the €27.4M in funding announced by the National Transport Authority. This funding is to support pedestrian and cyclist...
22/08/20
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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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The newest section of the Royal Canal Greenway was officially opened today by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Hazel Chu. The new route is 750 metres long and...
31/07/20
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Dublin City Council are moving to declare an essentially default 30kph speed limit within the City boundaries, with only selected arterial routes at...
08/07/20
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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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Help to Grow Cycling in Dublin Dublin City Council, and Smart Dublin, are proud to present the Dublin Cycle Buddy App especially for expert...
07/07/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes today’s announcement by Dublin City Council to implement interim measures to boost walking and cycling in the city...
21/05/20
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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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Dublin Cycling Campaign has been given permission by the High Court to bring a case against the national planning body An Bord Pleanála. The case...
10/04/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign is seeking a judicial review of An Bord Pleanála’s decision to grant planning permission for the strategic housing development...
30/03/20
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Dublin Cycling Campaign has made a submission to An Bord Pleanala on the proposed development of the Connolly station car park. This strategic housing...
30/03/20
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On Wednesday 25th March Elizabeth Gormley’s family bicycle, a distinctive three-person tandem, was stolen from outside her Dublin home. Elizabeth...
29/03/20
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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 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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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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The next Dublin Cycling Campaign Monthly Meeting will be Monday, 9th March in the Central Hotel, Exchequer St at 6:30pm. There will be a general...
03/03/20
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