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Dublin Cycling Campaign Annual Report 2013/14
19th Jul 2014
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The Dublin Cycling Campaign Annual report for July 2013 to June 2014 is now available.

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Winners of the Bikeweek 2014 Photo Competition Announced!
14th Jul 2014
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The winners of the Bikeweek Photo Competition were announced at the July monthly meeting of the Dublin Cycling Campaign.

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Volunteer for Bikeweek!
1st Jun 2014
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Dublin Cycling Campaign, together with the OPW and Phoenix Park Bike Hire are planning a fun-filled

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Photography Competition on Cycling in the Phoenix Park
18th May 2014
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Do you want to see one of  your stunning  photographs hanging up in the Visitors Centre in the Phoenix Park?

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Results of Questionnaire sent to Local Authority Candidates for 2014 Elections
8th May 2014
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All local election candidates that completed the Cyclist.ie survey want to see 30 km/h limits brought in around schools.

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Media coverage for ECF Delegate conference and Local Authority seminar
8th May 2014
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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.

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Minister of State (Finance) Brian Hayes signs ECF's European Parliament Election 2014 Manifesto
29th Apr 2014
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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

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What to ask Local Election Candidates
21st Apr 2014
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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!

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Minister Brian Hayes welcomes European Cyclists' Federation to Dublin
17th Apr 2014
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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

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Don't let this happen to your bike!
15th Apr 2014

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.

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Bike Theft Presentation
14th Apr 2014

At our monthly meeting in April 2014 David Timoney gave this presentation on his research into Bike Theft in Ireland and the&nbsp

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PARK(ing) Day 2014: Put Your Thinking Caps on!
2nd Apr 2014
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PARK(ing) Day

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Developing guidelines for a premium National Cycle Network
31st Mar 2014
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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 (

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Submission on Broadmeadow Way by Skerries Cycling Initiative
25th Mar 2014
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Skerries Cycling Initiative made the following submission on the proposed Broadmeadow Way.

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Using Information Systems to improve the Dublin cycling experience
19th Mar 2014
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How can information systems such as smartphones and sensors help improve the Dublin city cycling experience?

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Submission on Bus Rapid Transit Public Consultation
14th Mar 2014
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The Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) made the following submission as part of the Bus Rapid Transit Public Consultation.

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Submission on the proposed Blanchardstown to Phoenix Park cycle route Scheme
13th Mar 2014
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The Dublin Cycling Campaign made the following submission to Fingal County Council on the proposed Blanchardstown to Phoenix Park cycle route.

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Smarter Travel for Employers - A SMART Decision
11th Mar 2014

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

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Broadmeadow Plan goes to Public Consultation
7th Mar 2014
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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

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