Maggie O’Neill, who lives on Terenure Road East, and is concerned about the ramifications of the bus corridor. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It’s 8am on Wednesday and about 20 commuters are queuing up on Swords Main Street to get on a bus into Dublin city centre for work. They are waiting f(...)

The number of cyclists in Dublin city has more than doubled over the past six years, with more than 95,000 people using bikes in the capital every day. Photograph: Getty Images

Government spending on cycling infrastructure has plummeted over the past three years despite a dramatic rise in the number of people switching to bik(...)

Responding to criticism online the garda account tweeted: “We are trying to get people talking about road safety. We are raising awareness that both actions causes a risk to all road users.” Image: iStock

Cycling groups and activists have criticised a Twitter poll run by the official Garda Síochána account as “irresponsible” and “deliberately divisive.”(...)

Dublin Cycling Campaign has received numerous reports from cyclists of falls or near-misses in the city centre due to the new tram tracks. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Cycling injuries resulting from crashes after bicycle wheels become stuck in Dublin’s Luas tram tracks are becoming increasingly common, a hospital em(...)

Donna Fox was cycling near the junction of Seville Place and Guild Street in Dublin’s north inner city when she was struck by a lorry shortly before 11am on September 6th. Photograph: RIP.ie

The brother of a woman who died last month after a lorry hit her as she was cycling to work, is supporting calls for increased Government funding for (...)

Cyclists in Dublin are seeking further funding for infrastructure. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Cyclists will protest outside the Department of Transport on Monday evening over the lack of safe cycling infrastructure and cycle-awareness training (...)

The 2015 traffic count shows record numbers of people using sustainable ways – walking, cycling and public transport – of travelling into Dublin. Photograph by Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The number of commuters cycling into Dublin city during the morning peak has reached its highest level since records began nearly 20 years ago. Almos(...)

New bylaws due to be presented to councillors this week, will see the 30km/h speed limit extended to almost all roads and streets as far as the city council’s boundary with the four other Dublin local authorities. FIle photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Cutting speed limits to 30km/h throughout Dublin city and suburbs will save lives according to cycling advocacy group the Dublin Cycling Campaign. H(...)