20/06/2017 To ask the Minister on matters relating to the National Cycle Policy Framework. PQs 26598, 26599 and 26600/17 (w)

To ask the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport the steps which have been taken to require local authorities to provide safe and attractive cycling routes to public transport stations and stops in pursuance of policy 8.1 of the National Cycle Policy Framework.. - Eamon Ryan. * For WRITTEN answer on Tuesday, 20th June, 2017. Ref No: 26598/17

 

Dáil Question No: To ask the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport the progress which has been made in providing as a pilot project to begin with guarded indoor bicycle parks with capacity from several hundreds up to several thousands at rail stations or major public transport hubs in pursuance of policy 8.3 of the National Cycle Policy Framework.. - Eamon Ryan. * For WRITTEN answer on Tuesday, 20th June, 2017. Ref No: 26599/17

 

Dáil Question No: To ask the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport the progress which has been made in developing a range of national and local promotional campaigns encouraging the wider benefits of cycling such as freedom, the fastest way of getting around, sociability of cycling, lack of running costs, health benefits and ecological benefits in pursuance of policy 10.1 of the National Cycle Policy Framework.. - Eamon Ryan. * For WRITTEN answer on Tuesday, 20th June, 2017. Ref No: 26600/17

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