Bike Boom: The Unexpected Resurgence of Cycling - by Carlton Reid
Book Review by Ciarán Ferrie
The next Liffey Cycle takes place on Sunday 9th December, starting at 11am, followed directly afterwards by a BusConnects workshop in Grand Canal Dock.
There are a number of legal provisions directly affecting cyclists in Irish road traffic law so what follows is an attempt to describe them and make them more easily understood.
Do you live in DLR and see those annoying simple things everyday that are like “if they only did that” it would make an appreciable difference for cycling and walking
The next meeting for the DLR Cycling Advocacy Group will be on Wednesday 14th November at 18:30 in the Dun Laoghaire LexIcon building.
Cyclogeography: Journeys of a London Bicycle Courier, by Jon Day
Book Review by Louise Williams
This week, to coincide with the clocks going back, we’ll be handing out hundreds of free spare bike lights to encourage cyclists to ‘Light Up’ for the Winter evenings.
Works to the pedestrian bridge at Williamstown Martello Tower in Blackrock Park are happening between Monday 22-Oct-2018 and Friday 16-Oct-2018
The cycle lane along the Stillorgan Road heading towards the city is closed just after the bus stop for Mount Merrion Ave from Monday 22-Oct-2018 to Friday 30-Nov-2018.
Dublin City Council is looking for feedback on the emerging preferred route of
The Dublin Cycling Campaign were at Dublin VegFest on 22 & 23 September last providing valet bike parking.
Dublin Cycling Campaign needs you to support the proposed FitzWilliam cycle route. Dublin City Council is proposing to build the FitzWilliam cycle route from Leeson Street bridge to Holles Street Hospital. It will be a route that is safe to cycle for people of all ages and abilities. It will be a “parking-protected” cycle lane that will seperate cyclists from moving traffic by a line of parked cars. There is some vocal opposition to the plan. The council needs to hear from people who support the project. Find out here.
The FitzWilliam Cycle Route is a proposed cycle route along FitzWilliam Street. It will provide a safe cycle route with a line of parked cars between the cycle lane and the traffic lanes. This will enable people of all ages and abilities to safely cycle in this part of the city. Organisations need to come out in support of the project or it may not be built.
Dublin Cycling Campaign is getting stronger and making a real impact.
Make Way Day is an initiative of the Disability Federation of Ireland and is all about highlighting obstructions on footpaths for people with disabilities.
We want all cyclists to complete NTA’s current BusConnects network redesign survey about what buses run on what streets.
For a number of years now both Dublin Cycling Campaign and IBike Dublin have been campaigning regularly about illegal vehicle parking in Cycle Lanes throughout the City, b
Cyclist.ie members, including Dublin Cycling Campaign, have put together a strong budget submission addressed to Minister for Finance & Public Expenditure Paschal Donoh
Help us do more for cycling in Dublin, please consider getting involved.