Getting Their Spoke In

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This morning.

At a meeting of the Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport.

Representatives from Cyclist.ie, Dublin Cycling Campaign and I BIKE Dublin will be going before the committee to discuss road traffic regulations and a national cycling policy.

Later representatives from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, and the National Transport Authority will appear before the committee.

The meeting was scheduled to get under way at 9.30am and is currently in private session.

Watch live here or from the link above.

Previously: I BIKE Dublin on Broadsheet

4 thoughts on “Getting Their Spoke In

  1. Tarfton Clax

    Good talk from Dr Ó Tuama so far. The statistics on school kids cycling now compared to 1986 is horripilating. An insane reduction, from multiple thousands to only a few hundred. No wonder so many obese kids nowadays.

    1. Birdie

      Very good meeting so far. The cycle groups are coming across so well.

      Insane that no one knows what the exact budget is because the government has it mixed it up with lots of other budgets. And then 30 odd groups that the cycle reps have to go through to get answers. Anyone would think the government designed this structure on mud.

  2. BS

    I wonder will cycledub “look out for your reg on youuuutube” be there? He popped up on the journal using his twitter handle which is unfortunately private to repeat the same nonsense over and over again. His cushy job must see him have a lot of time during the day

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