Monthly Meeting

Monthly Meeting

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Monday, June 8, 2020 Zoom

Join us for our second online public monthly meeting this Monday 8 June at 8pm via Zoom (‘doors’ open at 7:45). We will give an update on what’s been happening in the campaign and we are delighted to be welcoming Maria Delaney from to speak to Dublin Cycling Campaign about the Noteworthy in-depth investigation carried out into accident black spots. Looking forward to seeing you online!

Women on Wheels - hear all about our research, June 10th from 6.30pm!

Women on Wheels is a group within Dublin Cycling Campaign which has spent the last year researching women’s experience of cycling in Dublin, thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation. You may be aware that only 30% of people who cycle in Dublin identify as women - Women on Wheels has been asking women to tell us about their experiences on Dublin’s roads.

Quietways – A New Way to View Our City

From Concept to Misconception to (Hopefully) Completion

Councillor Paddy Smyth, of Dublin City Council, will talk about his proposals for ‘Quietways’ in the Dublin City area. These are, primarily, routes for school children to walk/cycle to and from school via quiet, residential streets through the use of a concept known as “Filtered Permeability”. This means creating a series of vehicular cul-de-sacs across the city which you can still walk or cycle through without competing with motorised commuters, buses or trucks.

The Urban Jungle - Dublin Bus Cycle safety

Following the recent launch of its new driver training video on cyclist safety, Dublin Bus Safety Health & Environmental Manager, James McHugh will address the meeting and give an overview on how Dublin Bus is working to increase stakeholder awareness around cyclist safety. In addition to showing attendees the new video, Mr. McHugh will explain how Dublin Bus is continuing to incorporate key aspects of cyclist safety into its annual driver training programmes and safety initiatives.

Climate Change - we need to get Real! Solutions for a Broken Planet

Dr. Cara Augustenborg is an environmental scientist and communication expert specializing in climate change impacts and solutions. She lectures in ‘Climate Change and the Environment’ at University College Dublin and is launching a course this March in Trinity’s Business School on ‘Business and the Natural Environment’. She will talk about what the Irish Government needs to do to live up to its promises on Climate Change and the role played by sustainable transport, including cycling, in this.

Public Lecture. All Welcome.

Regular Monthly Public Meeting - Celebrating the BIKE ! – Preparing for a Great Bikeweek Festival !

Come along to our monthly meeting on Monday 8th June next - Find out what we’re planning to happen for this year’s BIKEWEEK! ….and how you can be part of this great Event!

Bikeweek ( is a celebration of the Bike, and an encouragement for people to get on their bike and participate. It takes place from Saturday 13th June to Sunday 21st June inclusive.


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