The Blackrock to Merrion BusConnects Core Bus Corridor (CBC) will provide segregated cycle tracks from Blackrock along the Rock Road to Merrion.
Dublin Cycling Campaign needs you to support the proposed Option A for the BusConnects plan. We discuss the difference between Options A and B below,
The Ringsend BusConnects Core Bus Corridor upgrades existing cycle infrastructure and provides some good-quality two-way
A major protest cycle will take place on the 15th May 2019 just before the May local elections on the 24th.
Help make Velo-city Dublin be as inclusive as possible for delegates from other countries by registering a spare room with WarmShowers.org.
The latest tech company to invite Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie to give a lunchtime lecture on cycling safety was Dropbox.
Joyce-Cycle is a pageant of over one hundred participants of all ages on bicycles on the theme of Irish writers, who will be participating in the Dublin St.
Overall the Clondalkin to Drimnagh Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is welcome.
Overall the Tallaght to Terenure Core Bus Corridor (CBC) includes some welcome improvements.
The Rathfarnham BusConnects Core Bus Corridor (CBC) delivers some key sections of cycle track between Rathfarnham, Terenure and Rathmines.
Overall the Liffey Valley Core Bus Corridor (CBC) is good-quality in places but there are issues.
Velo-city conference is the European Cyclists’ Federation’s (ECF) annual global cycling summ
Bus Connects dates for submission of observations are continually changing.
Notice of Intention to Extinguish the Public Right of Way at Old Navan Road/Castleknock Tennis Club has just been posted on the Fingal County Council website.
Cork Cycling Campaign Rallies for Better Protection for Cyclists
PRESS RELEASE – 11th February 2019
Dublin Cycling Campaign wants to build our membership and strengthen and diversify our community.
We’re pleased to offer Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie members exclusive discounted rates on award winning insurance for your bikes and kit, from Bikmo
Verbal Lashings vs a body crumpled; Dublin’s dangerous streets
By Krystal Sweedman
Press Release for immediate use - 16 January 2019
Our first meeting of 2019 will take place in our usual venue - the Central Hotel on Exchequer Street / Georges Street. All welcome.
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