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Dublin Cycling Campaign was amongst the invitees for the official opening on 20th of December 2019 of Dublin’s newest cycle bridge.
Dublin Cycling Campaign made a submission today to Fingal County Council in regard to its proposals for a cycle and pedestrian scheme in Balbriggan, County Dublin.
Skerries Cycling Initiative have made the submission below to Fingal County Council in relation to proposals for the Harry Reynolds Road in Balbriggan.
Dublin Cycling Campaign have this year once again been out on the streets of Dublin handing out RSA and Dun Laoghaire Council supplied bike lights to ‘unlit’ cyclists.
Dublin Cycling Campaign was delighted to elect Kevin Baker as Chairperson at our AGM in September of this year.
Dublin Cycling Campaign welcomes today’s announcement by Minister Shane Ross of new laws designed to improve safety for people who cycle on Irish roads.
This week, to coincide with the days getting shorter, we’ll be handing out hundreds of free spare bike lights to encourage people on bikes to ‘Light Up’ for the Winter evenings.
Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie were delighted to be invited into the offices of BearingPoint, a leading business and technology consulting firm i
The latest company in Dublin to invite in Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie to give a talk on cycling safety were Davy, an independent finance and investment company
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Dublin Cycling Campaign’s Annual Report for 2018-2019 can be seen below.
While there was 6 tracks of talks for the 4 days in June of Velo-city Dublin 2019 within the Convention Centre, there was also a lot happening in and around the city.
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.
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