Re: Re: Dublin City Council and its Standards
Or was there another reason why you think the bridges are unsuitable? And, if so, how would you propose a cyclist should travel from, say, the Point Depot to Ringsend?
The Sean O’Casey bridge is a footbridge, and it is therefore illegal for a cyclist to cycle on it – he must dismount. As for the East Link, a basic instinct for self-preservation should lead to a cyclist dismounting and using the footpath. I haven’t been there for a while, but I think it’s possible to avoid the long detour a car must make to go from Ringsend to the bridge by using a pedestrian gate – is it possible to push (not cycle) a bike through that?