All local election candidates that completed the Cyclist.ie survey want to see 30 km/h limits brought in around schools.
Thanks to great help from Gemma Lougheeed, we managed to issue four press releases to national print and broadcast media that got us a lot of coverage.
Minister of State (Finance) Brian Hayes signs the European Cyclists’s Federation (ECF’s) European Parliament Election 2014 Manifesto of “10 Key Measures to get
Over the coming weeks, you may well meet prospective Councillors on your door step, at the shops or you may be emailing them with your demands!
Minister Brian Hayes joined members of Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie, The Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, to publicise the AGM of the European Cyclists’ Federatio
It takes less that 5 seconds to steal a bike with a poor quality lock as shown by this video taken on Parnell Square on the 14th April.
At our monthly meeting in April 2014 David Timoney gave this presentation on his research into Bike Theft in Ireland and the
The concept of developing a National Cycle Network (NCN), and what it means, was first openly discussed as part of the National Cycle Policy Framework (
A discussion document has been published:
Skerries Cycling Initiative made the following submission on the proposed Broadmeadow Way.
How can information systems such as smartphones and sensors help improve the Dublin city cycling experience?
The Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) made the following submission as part of the Bus Rapid Transit Public Consultation.
The Dublin Cycling Campaign made the following submission to Fingal County Council on the proposed Blanchardstown to Phoenix Park cycle route.
If you missed the talk by Arlene Finn of the Smarter Travel Workplaces/ Smarter Travel Campus programmes in the National Transport Authority on “Smarter Travel for Employers - A
Fingal County Council (FCC) has created great excitement in the Malahide-Donabate area with their proposal to create a 6.5 km long cyclist/pedestrian track from Malahide C
As cyclists we are all well aware of the dangers posed by Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs).
Cyclist.ie and Dublin Cycling Campaign designed an on-line survey questionnaire aimed at all the local election candidates hoping to influence their election manifestos in favour of cycling promoti
Cycling advocacy in Ireland suffered a great loss last month with the passing, after a short illness, of Tom McClelland from Northern Ireland Cycling Initiative (NICI) and
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.
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