Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) was formed in 1993 in response to the exclusion of everyday cycling from transportation policy and practice in the 1980s and early 1990s, and
Hi guys, I hope you’re good! My name is Rachel and I’ve been a member of the campaign since August this year.
The NTA has suspended funding on the project.
The NTA have just published the following report on the introduction of the new wider Bus and Cycle priority lanes along the North and South Quays.
The European Traffic Police Network (TISPOL) supports a major initiative on the 21st of September each year called the European Day W
For the 9th year in a row, bicycle campaigners and artists joined forces with other activists and advocates in the Global Green area o
Dublin Cycling Campaign is back once again at the heart of the Picnic - and we’re delighted to be teaming up with Cyclist.ie,
In spite of monsoon weather conditions on Monday night, there was a mighty turn-out for Dublin Cycling Campaign’s special meeting looking back on the ‘Velo-city’ International Cycle Planning
The plans for the Dodder Greenway from Bohernabreena to Rathfarnham are now out for public consultation by
Hurray!! The Cycling Community has been invited back into the Global Green area of Electric Picnic!
One of the key messages from the ‘Dinner with Darwin’ event held on Saturday was that we need more people to drop a line to the Citizens’ Assembly stressing that action on climate is urgently
Were an Alien Visitor
To hover a few hundred yards above the planet
It could be forgiven for thinking
That cars were the dominant life-form,
11 Cyclists Tragically Killed in Ireland Already in 2017
In this 200th anniversary year celebration of the bicycle, National Bike Week is the perfect time to rediscover your love of cycling and all things bike.
In the past, there has been an under provision of secure cycle parking in apartment complexes in Dublin.
The following text has been taken from Independent Councillor Paul Gogarty facebook page. He represents residents in South Dublin County Council.
Cyclist.ie - the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, of which Dublin Cycling Campaign is a lead member, wrote to Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross T.D. toda
Cyclist.ie / Dublin Cycling Campaign attended the launch of the Healthy Ireland (HI) Network in Dublin Castle today (Thursday 18th May 2017).
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