Research

A survey of supermarkets across Dublin has found that a third of them have no cycle parking facilities, according to a report published today....
09/07/20
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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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Join us for our second online public monthly meeting this Monday 8 June at 8pm via Zoom (‘doors’ open at 7:45). We will give an update on what’s been...
03/06/20
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We know that many of you are living your lives more locally these days and probably using local supermarkets more often than usual. We in Dublin...
01/05/20
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At Velo-city Dublin 2019, a number of sessions looked at cycling through the perspective of health, media, gender, ability, poverty, ethics, and just...
08/08/19
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Women on Wheels is a group within Dublin Cycling Campaign which has spent the last year researching women’s experience of cycling in Dublin,...
04/06/19
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With the wonderful Velo City cycling conference just around the corner, a great opportunity has arisen for tech innovators to propose new ways of...
25/05/19
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Why do you think only 30% of cyclists in Dublin are women? What factors are holding us back? What would encourage more women to get on two wheels...
07/08/18
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Have you ever arrived at a destination only to be faced with a desert of available cycle parking? Now you can tell Dublin City Council exactly where...
08/03/18
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More than half of victims reported that traffic pressures contributed to their crash. A new study by medical researchers in Edinburgh has given...
30/01/18
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Report on our public meeting about the impact of Luas Cross City on cycling. Dublin Cycling Campaign held its monthly public meeting in the...
12/12/17
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Be sure to come along to our next monthly public meeting taking place on Monday 9th of October in the Central Hotel (Exchequer Street). It will start...
18/09/17
Event


Cars parked in cycle lanes on your way home? No secure racks near local shops to which you could lock your bike? Potholes and uneven roads everywhere?...
26/04/17
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Thesis by Sue Brereton study investigates the barriers to participation in cycling for females in Dublin. A large disparity exists between both genders...
17/04/17
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On Yer Bike Again for DUBLIN 2017! Last year Dublin City joined in the wonderful and FUN European Cycle Challenge - http://www.cyclingchallenge....
05/04/17
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Dublin City Council and Enterprise Ireland announced the winners of phase 1 of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) competition launched last...
01/10/16
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5 Companies have been chosen, from over 20 applicants to spearhead a technical revolution in Dublin to promote greater data collection on cycling and...
08/09/16
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As part of the Smart Dublin initiative, the 4 Dublin local authorities and Enterprise Ireland recently launched the €100k Small Business Innovation...
24/03/16
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Jamie Cudden, Dublin Smart Cities coordinator will give a presentation on the launch of a joint initiative with Enterprise Ireland, to fund small...
05/03/16
Event


David Timoney, head of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s research group on tackling bike theft, gives an update on progress. Using our research...
07/01/16
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We are requesting that a more appropriate Road Traffic Collision reporting when it comes to the standard of wording used when reporting road traffic...
17/11/15
Article


Dear IPA, Dublin Cycling Campaign refer to your ‘Dublin City Centre Planned Shopping Report’. We have some concerns with it, which are raised in this...
16/08/15
Article


What happens as a new mobility system - in the form of a public bike-sharing system - becomes embedded into a city? What, if any, new processes are...
10/07/15
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If you’ve a few spare moments, you might like to complete a survey on the behaviour of cyclists for Matthew Richardson (an MSc student in the...
09/03/15
Article


Do you worry every time you lock your bike that it won’t be there when you get back? If so come along to our February public meeting to hear the...
25/01/15
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