Galway Cycling Campaign

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‘Crazy’ 80kmph speed limit outside Boleybeg primary school

Locals have expressed concerns over proposals by Galway City Council to set a “crazy” 80kmph speed limit outside the gate of a Galway City primary school. St Joseph's primary school and Naíonra Cháit In the draft speed limit bye-laws, the council has designated all of...

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Cycle Bus recognised as international changemakers

The Galway Cycle Bus is delighted to announce it has been invited to join the ChangeX community. The Knocknacarra-based initiative promotes active travel for school children by experienced volunteers, parents and teachers escorting children to school by bike at...

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30 is the new 50: the Dutch reduce the default speed limit nationwide

In The Netherlands, 30km/h will be the norm on all streets in built-up areas.

Why? To reduce road casualties, specifically in areas with schools and strong concentration of children.

While businesses across the country remain closed as part of the Covid-19 restrictions, one Dublin bike shop has just opened up.

As well as repairing and selling bikes, it's also helping people with addiction problems return to work | Read more:

A few thoughts on the new @Fingalcoco Environment Climate Action and Active Travel Department. It's a hugely positive & progressive move by @AnnMari92672817. Retrofitting of existing infra to make active travel safer and more appealing is one of the key challenges that

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