16 Feb '16, 5pm

NTA: The five city bikes schemes facilitated more than 4.5 million journeys in 2015 #cycling #bikeability

According to Owen Keegan, Chief Executive, Dublin City Council, “13.5M journeys have been made since the scheme launched in Dublin in 2009, bearing testimony to the huge success of scheme itself and the successful promotion of cycling as a healthier and much more environmentally sustainable transport option. Thanks to cycle-friendly initiatives like the Port Tunnel, HGV strategy and various infrastructural cycleway improvements, the number of cyclists entering Dublin City has more than doubled since 2006. Cycling represents a significantly higher mode share than ever before. Working with the National Transport Authority, Dublin City Council will continue to keep cycling high on its agenda, and to make Dublin an exemplar of international best practice in terms of mode share and safety.”

Full article: https://www.nationaltransport.ie/news/the-five-city-bikes...

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