National and Local Authority Policy

South Dublin’s Mayor, Emma Murphy, was presented with her official bicycle by the Dublin Cycling Campaign on Monday evening, 7th of November 2022, at a...
09/11/22
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Dublin Cycling Campaign supported advocates from the Love 30 campaign who addressed Ireland’s Road Safety Authority annual conference last ...
28/10/22
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Dublin, 26 August 2022 - Dublin Cycling Campaign broadly welcomes the direction from the Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD, to local authorities,...
26/08/22
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South Dublin County Council has published details of the emerging preferred route for the Wellington Lane Proposed Walking and Cycling Scheme. They are...
22/01/22
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The National Transport Authority are looking for feedback as part of the review of the Greater Dublin Area Transport Strategy. The strategy is a key...
22/01/21
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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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The South Dublin Branch of Dublin Cycling Campaign will be holding a public meeting via Zoom on Tuesday 1 December to discuss the many plans in the...
23/11/20
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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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84% of Dublin residents support building more physically separated on-road cycle tracks, even when this would mean less space for other road traffic....
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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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 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 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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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 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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The Love 30 Campaign has made a submission on Fingal County Council’s draft speed limit bye-laws. The proposals will see more than 90% of housing...
23/03/20
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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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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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