Cycle lane protest held in Harold’s Cross to highlight constant illegal parking

A cycle lane protest was held in Dublin’s Harold’s Cross this morning to highlight constant illegal parking.

The protest was organised by cycling campaigners with I Bike Dublin:

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  1. Vans and other vehicles are always parking in the cycle lane outside that shop (last pic) at rush hour. Always. Enforcing what the signs say should not be hard for DCC. In fact compared with other matters, it would be relatively easy.


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