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).
The European Online Cycling Challenge is live right now until the end of May!
A joint initiative between Waterways Ireland and Leitrim Tourism to develop trails for walking, cycling, kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding from Drumshanbo to Carrick-on-Shannon.
Thesis by Sue Brereton study investigates the barriers to participation in cycling for females in Dublin.
New toucan junctions being installed at Phoenix park gate entrance.
Senator Ivana Bacik today launched an Oireachtas All-Party Cyclists Group which will work to seek political support for a number of cycling issues.
Councillor Roderic O’Gorman of the Green party put forward a question to FIngal County council for an update on the construction of the sec
A new strategic development zone SDZ in Hansfiled in Fingal County council will provide connection and access to the Royal Canal very close to Clonsilla.
Dublin City Council have posted a very important consultation opportunity on the proposed closure of a section of Eden Quay to all private motorised traffic.
Submission sent in today by the Dublin Cycling Campaign commenting on the traffic and cycling safety aspects of the planned move of the National Maternity Hospital (NMH) t
Have you been frightened by a dangerous overtaking manoeuvre while cycling?
Dublin city centre came alive with the sound of bells and whistles on Sunday morning 2nd April as hundreds of cyclists took to the Liffey Quays calling for safer cycle infrastructure along that rou
The new cycle path beside the Wellington monument is almost ready. All that is left is to add cycle logos and a painted line down the middle of the green cycle path.
Cyclist.ie issued the following press release following the unprecedented number of cyclist deaths in the past two weeks.
Celebrating the 200 year birthday of the bicycle, Dublin Cycling Campaign made an awesome showing at this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade!
Dear Dublin Cycling Campaign St. Patrick’s Day Bicycle Space Participant,
Slower speeds save lives, save lifestyles and save money. That was the message from the 20’s Plenty Conference that took place on the 8th March 2017 in Birmingham.
We are calling on the government and TDs more generally to:
Help us do more for cycling in Dublin, please consider getting involved.