Dublin Cycling Campaign are delighted to see that Dublin City Council have started construction of the new walking and cycling bridge along the north quays of the Liffey.
Cyclist.ie, the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, has made a pre-budget submission, asking for 10% of the transport budget to be allocated to cycling.
The theme of Velo-city Dublin 2019 is “Cycling for the Ages”. The following list of presentations looks at providing for cycling for the young, and for more elderly people, and many in between.
Velo-city Dublin 2019 officially took place on Tuesday 25th to Friday 28th of June.
People from the Dublin Cycling Campaign, Cyclist.ie, I Bike Dublin, Cycling Without Age and An Taisce Greenschools all had the following presentations, posters or workshops accepted to Velo-city Du
At Velo-city Dublin 2019, a number of sessions looked at cycling through the perspective of health, media, gender, ability, poverty, ethics, and just being human.
Dublin City Council is proposing to change Broombridge in Cabra to allow c
The long awaited plans for the Malahide to Donabate Greenway, crossing the Broadmeadow Estuary in North Dublin have been submitted by Fingal County Council to An Bord Pleanála.
LIFFEY CYCLE ROUTE CONSULTATION
The Finglas BusConnects Core Bus Corridor creates new cycle infrastructure and provides some good-quality cycle tracks.
The UCD to City Centre BusConnects Core Bus Corridor will good-quality cycle tracks.
Overall the Ballymun Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is mixed. There are some good sections to it but many hard decisions to make.
Overall the Bray Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is one of the longest and most complex routes.
Attached below is our overall summary submission on the general trends/concerns we have for all 16 Core Bus Corridors.
With the wonderful Velo City cycling conference just around the corner, a great opportunity has arisen for tech innovators to propose new ways of developing cycling, through a short competitive pro
Work to Upgrade the cycle track on Memorial Bridge (South East Corner) will commence tomorrow 24th of May. Works should be ongoing until June 21st approximately.
Take a look at the graphic above which captures the results of a survey of European Parliament candidates / parties all across Europe, who responded to the European Cyclists’ Federation (
Cycling campaigners in South Dublin have put together a list of priorities (in no particular order) for candidates in the upcoming Local Elections.
Extremely short notice, but we are looking for one of our members to attend the AGM of the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) taking place in Br
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