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Kevin Baker
Chairperson of 🚲. Interested in transport, mobility and liveable cities. Software Engineer . He/him 🇮🇪🏳️‍🌈
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Kevin Baker 9h
I completely agree. Though Stuffing from inside the Turkey is far superior stuffing cooked in a separate tray.
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Mike Banim 18h
Last call. If you want safe cycling in Dublin 7, and if you want a healthier city, with lower emissions, a stronger economy and more social streets, then be sure to make a submission supporting this. Don't just assume this will get approved.
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
Replying to @eolaoire
Strong Lena's Taken by a Stranger vibes from the lighting.
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
Sorry I meant a lack of staff who are hard working as opposed to not having enough staff. There's a huge staff shortage in councils. Constantly tendering design work on every project slows so many things down too.
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
It's definitely not because of a lack of hard working staff in DCC either.
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
Glad to hear you found it interesting. While I focused on cycling it's true that many of these ideas could be re-applied to many public realm projects. Thinking about how slowly the Francis Street upgrade has moved through the process compared to Dundrum Village upgrade by DLRCC
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
Replying to @__kbaker__
The link on the SDCC should be working now. The recording will go out afterwards too.
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
Replying to @__kbaker__
There seems to be an issue with the meeting links. They are working on it.
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
This webinar from on their plan is about to start in 1 minutes. It's an ambitious plan to build a network of cycle routes across South Dublin Council area:
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Kevin Baker Nov 25
Replying to @CorkCyclingCrew
Fantastic! It looks like you have a second win there too. The bollards are install partly on the white line. Cork City Council are getting closer.
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Cllr Eoin Ó Broin 🇮🇪 🇫🇷 🇸🇪🇪🇺 🌏 Nov 25
Tune in tonight Wednesday at 7pm for a webinar 🖥 on, CYCLE SOUTH DUBLIN, the ambitious programme of work to build seperated bike lanes 🚲 in . Webinar link
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Kevin Baker Nov 24
Thank-you for your support and welcome to Dublin Cycling Campaign
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Kevin Baker Nov 24
Thanks Brian.
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Kevin Baker Nov 24
Replying to @aarons
Thanks Aaron. Glad to hear you found it useful.
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Kevin Baker Nov 24
I was hoping you, , and weren't going to notice :P
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Kevin Baker Nov 24
If you missed the presentation titled 'Building Dublin's Future Cycle Network' last night you can watch it back online here:
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Kevin Baker Nov 24
Replying to @tjryan
We will have the recording and slides posted up soon. Keep an eye on .
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Kevin Baker Nov 23
This event is starting in 10 minutes. Join us if you can. It’s free webinar over zoom where everyone is welcome.
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Kevin Baker Nov 23
Though there is a lot of good in that Part 8, it was far from perfect. It included no cycle lanes in Dolphins Barn but left the legacy 4.2m wide traffic lanes in place. That's way wider than the lanes on the M50. This is all the politics of space.
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Kevin Baker Nov 22
There's many cycling infrastructure plans for Dublin but do they add up? Want to hear how we can build these plans and more as soon as possible? Yes? Then come hear the full story behind these maps at 's presentation Monday at 7:30pm.
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