RESPECT Initiative is endorsed by major players

Dublin Cycling Campaign have been working assiduously over the past year and more to agree a major RESPECT campaign for all road users with Dublin City Council. This initiative aims to improve road users behaviour to each other, to be more respectful, and to recognise the ‘duty of care’ that we all have to each other. It focusses on the behaviour of pedestrians, cyclists and vehicle drivers emphasising the interdependency between us all.

At a meeting chaired by Dublin City Chief Executive, Owen Keegan, yesterday in the City Council offices, the Road Safety Authority, Garda Síochána, National Transport Authority, Automobile Association, and Dublin Bus all agreed to support the proposed RESPECT Campaign to encourage all road users to respect each other and recognise the ‘duty of care’ we all have to each other to ensure everyone’s safety. The project will be developed with a PR campaign over the coming months.

See PDF of RESPECT presentation below

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Thursday, 10 March 2016 (All day)

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