Following the call by Dublin City for public consultation on Transportation within the city last June, the Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) made a submission calling for safer quieter streets to encourage more shoppers to walk or use public transport and the bicycle to go shopping.
The Irish Parking Association (IPA) conducted its own survey and concluded (erroneously) that the city was trying to restrict car access to the city.
The media gave the IPA survey report mostly uncritical appraisal. This is one report about the IPA survey in Irish Independent
Dublin Cycling Campaign wrote an open letter to the IPA rebutting its conclusions from its survey; see below. Continue reading Open Letter to the Irish Parking Association