Dublin adds 15.6% more cyclists in 2012

Dublin's cyclist numbers rose 15.6 per cent in 2012 and have doubled in the past eight years, new figures have shown.

6th February, 2013
Dublinbikes: helping to popularise cycling

Dublin's cyclist numbers rose 15.6 per cent in 2012 and have doubled in the past eight years, new figures have shown.

The last year also saw a 17.3 per cent increase in pedestrians with the number of car journeys remaining stable.

The results came from Dublin City Council’s Canal Cordon Count, the results of which were presented to the council’s Transport and Traffic committee today.

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