Irish Cycle Facility of the Week — July 3, 2021

The Irish Cycle Facility of the Week is back again by popular demand: To keep it going, make sure to email your examples to

Elizabeth writes:

...I'm sorry to disrupt you while you're reading this article, but without messages like this,'s reader-funded journalism won't survive. With nearly 1/2 million views and 300k readers so-far this year, it's not just people who are dedicated to cycling that this website reaches. However, the number of subscribers is around 0.6% of readers. While having a large gap between readers/subscribers is standard for non-paywall reader-supported journalism, IrishCycle's journalism needs more support. Don't delay, support monthly or yearly today. Now, back to the article...

“Can I please nominate this death trap – Yes it’s in Ireland so it spits you out into oncoming traffic. Yes it was recently resurfaced and repainted Exploding head

Image thanks to: Elizabeth Hickey
Location: Firhouse Road, Dublin
Local body/authority: South Dublin County Council
Street View: Currently shows before cycle lane was repainted

Send suggestions to Inspired by the UK-focused facility of the month page by the Warrington Cycle Campaign.

...That's the end of the article. Keep scrolling if you want to the comments, but *NEEDS* readers like you to keep it that way. It only requires a small percentage of readers to give a bit each month or every year to keep's journalism open to all. Thank you.

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