Irish cyclists are asked what they think of a 1.5 metre passing distance

Is it time to standardise a minimum safe passing distance of 1.5 metres into road traffic legislation in Ireland — that’s the focus of an online survey being conducted by the Dublin Cycling Campaign.

Respondents who enter draw can win prizes including a €150 voucher from BimBimBikes and a signed Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 jersey from Sean Kelly.

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The survey is open until the end of August and the results are expected to be presented at the Irish Transport Research Network conference in September.

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