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Dublin Cyclists Will Stage A Silent 'Die-In' Protest Outside Leinster House On Wednesday

By James Fenton

April 23, 2018 at 7:26pm


Cycling Safety advocates Dublin Cycling Campaign has confirmed plans for a 'die-in' protest to take place outside Leinster House this Wednesday. The demonstration aims to raise awareness of the continued dangers of cycling in the city and to urge the Government to implement greater safety measures. 

In a post on Twitter, Dublin Cycling highlighted the fact that 14 pedestrians and five cyclists have died on Irish roads so far in 2018 and called for urgent action to be taken immediately.

On Wednesday, Dublin Cycling will join up with I BIKE Dublin for the silent die-in which is due to take place at 6pm with people being encouraged to gather at 5.50pm. A similar protest took place back in November and drew a large number of participants. 

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