Liffey Cycle Protest
The Liffey Cycle Route project has been running since 2012. The Quays regularly carry over 1000 cyclist per hour at peak times. The route suffers from significant air pollution and a lack of continuous protection for cyclists.
This protest is calling for the urgent delivery of a continuous Cycle Route along the Liffey to help solve the traffic chaos gridlocking our streets.
The next Liffey Cycle protest takes place on Sunday 2nd April. Get on your bike and join us as we cycle en masse along Dublin’s Quays to demand a safe Liffey Cycle Route.
Cyclists of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us for this family-friendly demonstration in support of safe cycling in Dublin. The cycle will take in a loop of the Liffey Quays, turning at Frank Sherwin Bridge, before cruising down the North Quays finishing up again at Grand Canal Square.
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