Bicycle parking in Strategic Housing development in Palmerstown
Dublin City Council has announced that it is extending the operating hours of its pedestrian street t
Supermarket chain Aldi has responded positively to the results of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s recently published
84% of Dublin residents support building more physically separated on-road cycle tracks, even when this would mean less space for other road traffic.
The newest section of the Royal Canal Greenway was officially opened today by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Hazel Chu.
A survey of supermarkets across Dublin has found that a third of them have no cycle parking facilities, according to a report published today.
We’re encouraging people to continue requesting improved walking & cycling facilities, and to contact the councils & local co
Dublin City Council are moving to declare an essentially default 30kph speed limit within the City boundaries, with only selected arterial routes at higher speeds.
Help to Grow Cycling in Dublin
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown recently announced a village improvement project in Blackrock village.
Over the past number of weeks, negotiators from Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and the Green Party have been hammering out a deal for a coalition government.
During May 2020 we carried out a survey of our members who live and cycle in South Dublin.
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.