Segregation is the solution to the hazards of city cycling

Spending money on dedicated cycling infrastructure will reduce deaths and encourage more of us to get on our bikes

17th November, 2019

If you cycle in Dublin, as I do, you face a daily double paradox: cycling has never been more popular, nor better resourced; and yet cycling has never been so grim. No way of commuting is liable to leave you feeling as healthy – exhilarated on fresh air and endorphins – nor as foul, consumed with fury and toxic stress.

Every time a vehicle passes uncomfortably close or cuts in front of me, it feels...

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