The COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to radically change the way we distribute road space in Dublin city centre. With a target to double the number of people who walk, and triple the number who cycle, it looks like we’re going to have road space taken away from motor vehiclesRead more
The segregated cycle path along City Quay and Sir John Rogerson’s Quay between Talbot Bridge and Samuel Beckett Bridge has been in construction for years. A lot of the work seems to be completed, with the new cycle path just needing resurfacing (and maybe painting) before it can open. ButRead more
Let’s hope that our Lord Jesus doesn’t pick the upcoming Papal Mass in Phoenix Park to make his second coming, as there’ll be no ‘Christ on a bike’ that day. The official transport guidelines for the Pope’s celebration of Mass in the Phoenix Park on 26th August state that: ItRead more
I BIKE Dublin are a community of people who cycle bicycles in Dublin, and who want a more liveable city with safe cycling conditions for all ages and abilities. Current cycling infrastructure is often woeful and inconsistent across the city, and what is there is often unusable due to theRead more
The number one reason stopping people cycling is the perception that it’s dangerous.
Some of this fear is caused by bad road design. Some of this is caused by bad behaviour from other road users. All of the fear can be solved by better infrastructure!Read more