Galway Cycling Campaign

Get Galway cycling

Saturday mornings are better with a cycle, coffee and cake

Join us this Saturday 18 July 2020 for CycleCoffeeCake at 10.30am from Nimmo’s Pier through our vibrant city centre and ending at the wonderful Ciarlantini of Woodquay. This is a gentle inclusive cycle for new or nearly-new adults on bikes. All ages and abilities are...

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The 2009 National Cycle Policy Framework acknowledges an argument for exemptions for cyclists with regards to pedestrian zones.

The 2011 Jacobs report on public bikeshare schemes also argued for providing cycling access through the pedestrian zone.


These cycling participation figures are from 1978.

Colaiste Iognaid (The Jes) 33%
St Josephs (The Bish) 24%
St Endas 22%
St Mary's 22%
Salerno 21%
Taylors Hill 14%

@WheelsOfAthenry @shellyhetch @GalwayCycling @ciarancannon @NewsAthenry @RaheenWoods @CllrCronnelly @AnneRabbitte @AmicitiaProject @MusicAthenry @galwayruraldev Because Greeenways are not simply a tourist amenity. They can be part of the solution to solve traffic congestion in towns by providing a choice for people to walk and cycle to work, to services, to schools, to shops.

*UPDATE* As of 3pm, only 65 people have called in to make a submission on the #Galway to #Athlone Greenway at the Raheen Woods Hotel, Athenry. The consultation *FINISHES TONIGHT AT 8PM*. If you have time please call in to make your voice, & the voice of Athenry heard. #ArDoRothar

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