Bike theft is unfortunately a common occurrence here in Dublin, but there are a number of steps that you can take to avoid having your bike stolen.
Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes today’s announcement by Dublin City Council to implement interim measures to boost walking and cycling in the city centre.
We know that many of you are living your lives more locally these days and probably using local supermarkets more often than usual.
On Friday 17th April, Dublin Cycling Campaign submitted 17 separate submissions to the National Transport Authority on BusConnects.
Dublin Cycling Campaign is glad to announce that we have secured improvements for people walking and cycling as part of a private planning applic
Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes City Council’s decision to increase space for walking & cycling
Dublin Cycling Campaign has been given permission by the High Court to bring a case against the national planning body An Bord Pleanála.
Dublin Cycling Campaign is seeking a judicial review of An Bord Pleanála’s decision to grant planning permission for the strategic housing development (SHD) called ‘Connol
On Wednesday 25th March Elizabeth Gormley’s family bicycle, a distinctive three-person tandem, was stolen from outside her Dublin home.
The Love 30 Campaign has made a submission on Fingal County Council’s draft speed limit bye-laws.
On 13th March, Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission to the Departmen
This week, Dublin Cycling Campaign submitted a list of suggested cycling quick w
The proposal for interim cycle safety measures along the Liffey Quays was approved, with cross-party support, by councillors at last Monday’s Dublin City Council meeting in City Hall.
The next Dublin Cycling Campaign Monthly Meeting will be Monday, 9th March in the Central Hotel, Exchequer St at 6:30pm.
The Love 30 Campaign is supported by a group of organisations and individuals who believe that lower speed limits can make our towns and cities safer and more pl
Yesterday Dublin City Council published a report which recommended the implementation of
Dublin Cycling Campaign has welcomed Dublin City Council’s recommendation that a trial implementation of the Liffey Cycle Route should go ahead this year.
We compared each political party’s manifesto against our 10 key asks.
A trial of the Liffey Cycle Route could go ahead this summer, according to Dublin City Council executives, but would require private motor traffic to be banned from some sections of Dublin’s Quays.
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