Top 50 most viewed articles and posts of 2013 on IrishCycle.com (and formally CyclinginDublin.com)…
- Cyclists to be pedestrianised at Killiney Towers Roundabout
- Royal Canal Greenway design puts users at “increased risk”
- Gardai refuse to fine driver who hit cyclist, says mother
- What should Dublin’s quays look like? Part One
- DublinBikes expansion station locations: Interactive map
- Agony aunt’s murderous driving thoughts go unchallenged on RTE
- Finian McGrath’s cyclist rant in tax dodging motorist debate
- Dublin Cycle Planner needs a health warning
- NUI Galway bike share scheme may be opened to public
- “We need a sense of balance in this debate” – McGrath
- DublinBikes: 20 new stations by Christmas
- Why cyclists should stop at red lights
- Cycling ads banned but illegal driving “reflects heritage”
- DublinBikes expansion deal not yet reached with JCDecaux
- Royal Canal Greenway ramp double Dutch standards
- Truck blocking crossing illustrates cyclist red light article
- A vision for Dublin’s quays (part 3)
- Dublin City Council: Still living in fear of disrupting the car?
- Cyclist involved in serious collision on Ongar Distribution Road, Dublin 15
- Cyclists: Hurry to have your say on the Dublin area cycle network
- Cycling in Dublin City the numbers
- Planned section of Sutton to Sandycove cycleway has more needless mixing of cyclists and pedestrians
- DublinBikes expansion construction starts
- “Full segregation” claim not matched by plans for Stillorgan Park Road upgrade
- IMAGES: What can Irish cities learn from cycling in Amsterdam?
- Mother of cyclist killed in hit and run speaks to the Last Word
- Is this the worst bicycle parking stand in Dublin?
- Under review: Dublin’s cycling network
- Want free bicycle lights? RSA and Gardai are giving them away
- Why are Irish councils obsessed with mixing cyclists and pedestrians?
- Blackrock bypass upgrade retains design “exposing pedestrians and cyclists to greater danger”
- New Irish roundabout with bicycle logos causing confusion
- €80 million cycling network upgrade is better value than Luas
- Detail and comment on planned Dublin area cycling projects
- Cyclist dies after collision with truck in Blackrock, Dublin
- Dispute cuts off another section of Great Western Greenway
- Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown cycle map could help you find new short cuts
- Cycling daily to better health – the many health benefits
- Bicycles officially banned on Luas, against government policy
- Why DHL should use cargo bicycles in Dublin city centre
- Dublin City Council continues to put cyclists on footpaths
- DublinBikes subscription cost to double with expansion – report
- High-vis on cyclists unlikely to stop dangerous overtaking
- Ireland ranked 14th in EU for cycling
- Nearly 1/5 cyclist commuters using N11 were in collisions
- Over 2,600 cyclists end up in court
- S2S Dublin Bay cycle route cost closer to €100m says FOI files
- Councillors’ calls to tackle rat runs fall on deaf ears
- Snapshop of Luas BXD traffic plans positive for cycling
- In the name of traffic calming — but Galway City can’t be blamed for this cycling unfriendly design
The top ten stories and posts from previous years which were still popular this year were:
- The urban SUVs of bicycles
- Irish cycle track law to be revoked
- 39,000 people commute regularly by bicycle in Dublin – Census
- Cycling against traffic legally
- Dublin Bikes: From city to suburbs
- Dublin canals premium cycle route preview
- Cycling today in Ireland – highlights from Census 2011
- What does Luas Broombridge mean for cyclists?
- Large Dublin section of Grand Canal cycle route nearly finished
- Dublin Bay cycle route to cost over €100m
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