At recent meetings, councillors for the southside of the city debated three possible transport changes – two proposed in the shorter-term and one further in the future.
Tag: cycle lanes
Council Briefs: Cycling Projects Update, Potential Masterplan for Land at Ballymount, and Homelessness Task Force
At Monday’s monthly council meeting City Engineer John Flanagan issued a report to councillors about four major cycling projects in the city, and more.
The Next Stage of the Royal Canal Cycleway Is Due to Open in May, Says Council Official
This phase, which includes 600 metres of segregated cycle track, runs from Sheriff Street Upper, along the banks of the canal, up over the railway lines, and joins up to Newcomen Bridge.
What LE19 Candidates Say They’d Do to Improve Cycling Infrastructure in the City
Among other suggestions, candidates talked about segregated cycle lanes, education for cyclists, and where the money comes from.
Motorbikes in Cycle Lanes Should Be Monitored Better, Some Say
Lately, Rob Farrell has noticed a lot of motorbikes in the cycle lanes on his commute from Blackrock to Fitzwilliam Square.
Council Seeks Another Round of Input on Fitzwilliam Cycle Route
The plan envisions a cycle lane buffered from traffic by a line of parked cars. How would people get from the footpath to their cars? some ask.
A Search for Ways to Ease Conflict Between Delivery Vans and Cyclists
The daily struggle by delivery drivers to find spots to pull in and unload is frustrating – and can lead them to park in cycle lanes. How can we end the conflict?
Councillors Split Over Latest Design of Clontarf Cycle Route
Two groups of councillors recently voted on the current design for the track which runs from Clontarf to the city centre. One okayed it, the others said it wasn’t good enough.
From Hashtag to Direct Action, Freeing the Cycle Lanes
Yesterday, members of the group I BIKE Dublin lined up for a second time to physically block vehicles from parking in city cycle lanes, so cyclists could use them.
After a Year of #FreeTheCycleLanes, Some Want Tougher Measures
One councillor wants Dublin City Council’s parking enforcers to set up a hotline so you can summon a tow truck to clear vehicles parked illegally in cycle lanes.