Mobility on Two Wheels

Mobility on Two Wheels

The Cycle Friendly Employer initiative has been included in the Government’s National Sustainable Mobility Policy Action Plan for 2022 to 2025. The plan, prepared by the Department of Transport, includes actions to improve and expand sustainable mobility options...
Tackling Your Consumption

Tackling Your Consumption

On 28 September 2021, the European Commission published new guidelines for the Energy Efficiency First (EE1st) principle, with favourable mentions towards cycling. The guidelines assert that modal shift and an obligation for bike parking and e-bike charging points in...
Cutting Carbon, Cutting Costs

Cutting Carbon, Cutting Costs

The cost of carbon has gone from €4 a tonne in 2017 to €6 a tonne today, which is adding to the cost of doing business. But as the cost of burning carbon increases, so too does the possibility of your company having a low carbon footprint. Companies like VRAI and...
Changing Perceptions

Changing Perceptions

In Ireland we are used to all kinds of traffic. School-run traffic, rush hour traffic at the end of the work day, match day traffic, and so on and so forth. The problem is amplified by the fact that certain old habits have long since died – as reported by the...
Tram Tracks & Bike Racks

Tram Tracks & Bike Racks

Back in 2004, Dublin’s 45-year wait for a tram system was finally put to an end when the Luas began snaking its way through the city’s streets. Since then, the original red and green lines have been expanded and now intersect through the heart of the city...