By Paul Corcoran
By Hugh Halpin
From the Irish Rail Website:
There are a variety of route planning resources which can be really useful if you are new to Dublin or planning a journey you are not familiar with.
This is easy to use and gives a choice of routes - easy routes (avoiding traffic) or faster routes where you can expect some traffic. Plus it gives options for using Dublin Bikes and integrating with public transport
This video from the RSA reminds us all that we share the roads with other cyclists, pedestrians and motorists. Remembering this and accommodating other road users makes all our journeys more enjoyable.
This video from the RSA provides information about how the rules of the road apply to cyclists and how following them makes our roads safer for everyone.
Whether you’re planning a route for work or for pleasure it’s worth checking out a route planner to see the options available.
Here’s one you can try that covers the full country and gives options for easy routes which avoid heavy traffic, or for more direct routes.
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