More politicians and candidates sign up to

Councillors and election candidates from Dublin, Cork, and Galway are included the third batch of politicians to sign up to

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The latest to sign up are Cllr Cian O’Callaghan (Soc Dems) for the Howth-Malahide area of Fingal, local election candidate Marie Sherlock (Labour) contesting the Cabra Glasnevin area of Dublin City, local election candidate Boyle Dan (Green Party) who is contesting Cork City South Central, and national election candidate Pauline O’Reilly (Green Party) for Galway West South Mayo.

The principals of are Space, Priority, Continuity and quality, Permeability, Contra-flow for cycling, Integration and connectivity and funding for walking and cycling amounting to at least 20% of the national capital transport budget every year.

Is your local politician not signed up yet?

It’s up to you to convince your local councillors and your TDs that would be good for their areas and the country. Outline how we need to up our game in design terms, and walking and cycling needs 20% of the capital budget from the Department of Transport.

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If you don’t know your local politicians or need to find their contact details, you can find them via

The important thing is to keep it simple, tell them why you value Cycling for All — for TDs and Senators include the link: and for councillors send them

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