#ChangeOurStreets – submit your ideas directly to the City Mobility Team

Galway Cycling Campaign and the ‘Change Our Streets’ movement welcomes the online request and mapping tool for ideas to improve mobility in the city during coronavirus. It was made available today, Friday 22 May 2020, by Galway City Council and the City Mobility Team. Galway City Council have developed a user friendly online request form […]

#ChangeOurStreets – here’s our specific suggestions

Following wide engagement with residents, communities and businesses across the city, Galway Cycling Campaign has made a 20 page submission of specific suggestions to #ChangeOurStreets to improve mobility in Galway City during coronavirus. Kevin Jennings, chairperson of Galway Cycling Campaign, said: “We received over 100 suggestions from people who live, work, study and trade in […]

Bikes boost businesses and back re-opening Galway

Galway Cycling Campaign is backing local businesses as Galway city knuckles down to kick-start the economy again. The movement to ‘Change Our Streets’ is moving up a gear to make Galway city more family friendly, as Covid-19 movement restrictions begin to ease. Chairperson Kevin Jennings welcomed the publication of the City Council’s mobility plan, and […]

#ChangeOurStreets says to City Mobility Team, Pedal on!

Galway Cycling Campaign sent a welcome letter to the new City Mobility Team at Galway’s City Hall every success in getting Galway thriving again. Chairperson Kevin Jennings welcomed the publication by Galway City Council of the draft Local Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business and Covid-19 Temporary City Mobility Framework Plan documents.   He said: “We […]

Slow Down Every Day, not just One Day

Galway Cycling Campaign welcomes the enforcement by An Garda Síochána of a 24-hour National Slow Down Day on 22nd – 23rd May 2020. Yet unlike Christmas Day, Slow Down Day should be every day. An Garda Síochána say that more road deaths have been recorded so far this year compared to last year (56 deaths […]