We are requesting that a more appropriate Road Traffic Collision reporting when it comes to the standard of wording used when reporting road traffic...
Law Enforcement and Road User Behaviour - National and Local Authority Policy - Collisions Injuries Slips and Falls - Research
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...
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...
Law Enforcement and Road User Behaviour - Promotion and Education - National and Local Authority Policy - Cycling Infrastructure - Legislation - Bike Share - Research
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...
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...
The campaign sent the following letter to Minister Donohoe seeking a meeting to discuss bicycle theft. Dear Minister Donohoe Dublin Cycling...
A research project has been set up by the Tyndall National Institute, to examine various air quality, sound levels and traffic levels with the help of...
Our public talk this month will be presented by Prof Brian Caulfield of Trinity. He will speak on his recent paper “The safety challenge of increased...
Monthly Meeting - Law Enforcement and Road User Behaviour - Safe Cycling - Collisions Injuries Slips and Falls - Research
How can information systems such as smartphones and sensors help improve the Dublin city cycling experience? Kieran O’Hare, who is studying for a...
Here is a summary of a position paper on the economic benefits of cycling produced by Cyclist.ie, the umbrella organisation for cycling advocates...
Three years into the National Cycle Policy Framework (NCPF), this conference will assess its progress in bringing positive change to cycling in Ireland...