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IrishCycle.com
-- independent journalism covering cycling in Ireland. As on the website, this is a mix of views and news. DMs open.
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IrishCycle.com 5h
I asked, they didn’t directly reply to that question.
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Aodhán King Oct 25
Bike parking beyond capacity at Kimmage. Loads of spare car parking, time to extend?
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Replying to @Dub324 @righttobikeit
I should have asked him!
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IrishCycle.com 6h
Four motorists in Co Dublin issued with fines in first year of dangerous passing of cyclists law
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IrishCycle.com 6h
28 fines issued to Irish motorists in first year of dangerous overtaking of cyclists law
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IrishCycle.com 10h
Unfortunately, like the below, projects like the Grangegorman filtered permeability are at risk in Dublin — but there’s still time to contact the council and councillors to show your support:
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Replying to @IrishWheelchair
Also: If there were high kerbs between cycle path and footpath here, there’d be no escape / forgivenesses design for people cycling or those in wheelchairs...
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IrishCycle.com 10h
When talking about illegal parking on footpaths and off-road cycle paths, I cannot understand how so many people who defend such don’t understand that to park on them you must drive on them, this is the result...
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Dublin Cycling Campaign 16h
It's beginning to look a lot like season!
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Replying to @kv_ofarrell
Agreed strongly that they need to connect more up, but Strand Road is coming soon unless something stops it...
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Paul corcoran Nov 28
Had to push the bike over a ditch to access the park. No other way into this area. Can ony cycle around a small area in Ongar as there is no connected safe, segregated cycle lanes
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IrishCycle.com 12h
For people who haven’t visited lately, this is in Dublin:
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Dermot Hanney 12h
A new test for if a cycle path is up to it. As well as offering protection from vehicles... Can you ride side by side and socialise? Only where this is possible can we truly say it’s a high quality link. CS2 is very good for safety but it doesn’t pass this test. New CS4 does
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Arran Bolger Nov 27
What do you think about my traffic management proposal for Dublin SW? Red arrows are through traffic Blue arrow are local traffic only Green roads are unchanged Lines across the road mark bus gates This will make space for 🚍 priority & 🚲 infra without extensive road widening
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IrishCycle.com Nov 28
Replying to @jamesgallagher
I thought you were at first but then I thought you were just picky with colours...
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IrishCycle.com Nov 28
Replying to @SaMcDuff
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IrishCycle.com Nov 28
Replying to @jamesgallagher
I think I’ve heard it called “buff” but to me Sandy covers a range of colours...
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IrishCycle.com Nov 28
Can we please pick colours for cycle tracks / extended footpaths etc and stick with them? Red is the nationally used colour for cycle tracks (or at least points of conflict), but DLRCC and now also Dublin City have gone with sandy yellow for cycle tracks and footpath extensions.
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duburb Nov 28
Kennington Road in London. New bus stop cycle bypass with raised crossing. The ramp up is well before the zebra to ensure lower speeds at the crossing point. Also helps avoid debris in the cycle lane
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IrishCycle.com Nov 28
Watching this... might do one for Ireland over Christmas... maybe a best and worst list?
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