Presentation: Building Dublin's Future Cycle Network

Monday, 23 November 2020 - 7:30pm
Over Zoom

Recording of the presentation is available here:

In this presentation we will explore a number of key topics and questions including:

  • Why do we need to build a connected cycle network in Dublin?
  • What is the current process for building new cycle infrastructure in Dublin?
  • How long will it take to build Dublin’s cycle network at the current rate?
  • How can we can we speed the process of delivering new cycle routes?

Kevin Baker is an active member of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s infrastructure working group, working on projects like the Fitzwilliam Cycle Route and the interim Liffey Cycle Route. He also previously led Dublin Cycling Campaign’s response to the proposals for 200km of cycle route as part of the National Transport Authority’s BusConnects Core Bus Corridors programme.

The presentation will last about one hour and will be followed by a Q&A session. The presentation will be held over zoom:

We look forward to seeing as many of your there as possible.

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