“I understand that it’s public realm, no one owns it, and you’re paying for the privilege, but why can’t cyclists pay for the privilege as motorists can?”
A van arrived and marked out an area, and some residents thought they’d finally get bike parking in Harold’s Cross. Then, nothing happened.
The council expects companies to roll out stationless bikes in the city from April, and other transport news.
So far this year, in the south-east part of the city alone, Dublin City Council workers have removed 52 locked-up bicycles and 36 locked-up frames – a few mistakenly.
The city needs more secure cycle parking – not just on the street, but also in apartment complexes. How can we get apartment-block owners to invest in it?