Don’t Look Back In Anger: National Cycling Policy 2009-2019

This is a review of the National Cycling Policy Framework, launched in 2009, covering the period up to 2019. The intention of this post is to provide a quick summary of the last decade of Cycling policy – so that you won’t have to read the policy (56 pages) nor the review that was conducted in 2019 (89 pages).

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Air Quality in Navan

Note: This article was updated on 26th January 2021 to include air quality measurements from local schools

In The Before Times, in Dublin City-centre, you couldn’t fail to notice the difference in air quality, especially on hot, dry days with no wind. Although, Dublin is actually pretty good when compared with some of our European neighbours.

European Air Quality – September 2020
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2020: The year Cycling changed

There’s no question that 2020 has been unprecedented, with the impact of COVID-19 having a terrible ongoing impact on all aspects of our lives.

It can be difficult to think positively with all of the challenges we’re going through. But if we can find one small positive aspect from 2020, it’s the opportunity that many of us have had over the summer to spend time outside walking and cycling.

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