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The Lord Mayor of Dublin Daithí de Róiste has launched the Dublin Cycling Campaign’s ‘Light up your Bike’ initiative. ‘Light up your Bike’ is an annual awareness-raising initiative to remind cyclists of the importance of using lights on their bikes, especially throughout the winter months.  The launch of the initiative coincides with the clocks going back and the […]
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Reframing local authority and national planning measures that redistribute car-centric travel spaces to prioritise walking and cycling is critical to help Ireland work towards its goal of more active travel and halving transport sector emissions by 2030 to meet international decarbonisation targets, according to new research. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin’s
Council Partners News Transport
Councillor Mary Hanafin, Cathaoirleach, and Frank Curran, Chief Executive, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council (dlr) hopped on their bikes to officially launch Bike Week 2023. This exciting week-long event will take place from Saturday, May 13th, until Sunday, May 21st, with a range of activities and events located across the County to celebrate and promote the […]
Business Health News Transport
Joe O’Brien TD, Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development and Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan TD have today announced the launch of a three-year pilot initiative for the provision of high quality upcycled bicycles and e-bikes for those on low incomes and/or those who are most marginalised and disadvantaged. Funding […]
Environment News Transport
New Rural Active Travel Investment Programme Distributes over €70 Million in year one of a five-year plan. The National Transport Authority and Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan have today announced spending totalling €72.8m for 340 sustainable transport projects in 19 local authorities. The funding is in addition to the multi-annual active travel investment programme
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In 2014, Louise and Stephen Murphy founded a start-up company in County Carlow that would seek to revolutionise cycling security in a rapidly changing urban landscape. Cyc-Lok Ltd. is a completely enclosed, modular bike locker system with controlled access and the ability to charge ebikes. One unit contains twelve separate lockers and is entirely weather […]