Eco warrior: Getting staff on their bikes

It’s approximately six years since RTE introduced its bike-friendly policy, which encourages cycling by offering a mileage allowance of 63 cent a mile for those who use pedal power for work-related trips.

4th February, 2006

It’s approximately six years since RTE introduced its bike-friendly policy, which encourages cycling by offering a mileage allowance of 63 cent a mile for those who use pedal power for work-related trips.

Arup, a consulting engineering firm with offices in Dublin, Cork and Limerick, also has an innovative travel to work scheme that rewards cyclists. While the company doesn’t offer to pay mileage, it will pay 50 per cent of the cost of an...

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