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Remodelling O'Connell Street

Bike Parking: Secure Bike Lockers

Route 2 Link 1 - Shannon Fields (Corbally) to Guinness Bridge (City Canal)

Route 4 - Mulgrave Street (City Centre) to Newtown (Annacotty)

Electric Car Charge Points (ESB - Public)

Cycling Loops for Learner Cyclists


Grab a card, have YOUR say!

Grab a card, have YOUR say!

Community Programme

During celebrations this Car Free Day 2016 YOU came, grabbed a card and had your say to the question: How would YOU improve your travel experience while in the City Centre? If you're interested check out the 'Grab a card, have YOUR say! Comment Capture 22.09.16' available to download below. Details:− Time: 12:00-15:00− Date: 22.09.16− Location: Bedford Row, Limerick Further Information:For further information, please do get in touch. Contact: Lise-Ann SheahanTelephone: 061 407 501Email:

Bike Theft Stolen Limerick City Bicycle guide information help

Bike Theft - Prevention & Recovery - Tips

Bicycle Theft

About:Did you know 1 in 4 people who have their bike stolen will never buy a bike again? The harsh reality.  Use this useful 'Bike Theft - Prevention & Recovery' guide to help you prevent your bike from being stolen or to help you recover it if the worst happens and your bike is taken. There is also a downloadable map of Limerick City Centre showing all bike parking locations from on-street parking options, more secure off-street locations to secure off-street bike lockers and bike repair areas. Contact:Interested in working with us to prevent theft and vandalism inLimerick?  Get in touch today:Lise-Ann SheahanCall: 00353 (0)61 407 501Email: liseann.sheahan@limerick.ieAddress: Limerick Smarter Travel Office, City Hall, Merchants Quay, Limerick, Ireland Limerick Smarter Travel, on the ground and in your daily routine

National Heritage Week Limerick 2016

Ireland's largest celebration of cultural is officially launched!

National Heritage Week

Press Release: Minister Heath Humphreys launches National Heritage Week at historic Iveagh House on St Stephen’s Green. National Heritage Week20 - 28 August 2016 Over 200 heritage enthusiasts gathered at historic Iveagh House in St Stephens Green to celebrate the launch of the National Heritage Week 2016 programme with Heather Humphreys, Minister of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.  Each year Heritage Week highlights the abundance of great work that is carried out in all communities in Ireland to preserve and promote our natural, built and cultural heritage. With nearly 1,600 events registered already, Heritage Week promises to be a celebration of heritage in all its forms. “Throughout 2016, our centenary year, we have reconnected with our history and our heritage, so this year’s theme for National Heritage Week of ‘One Hundred Years of Heritage’ is very appropriate. Heritage Week provides a fantastic opportunity to explore your local heritage through an extensive range of events nationwide.  It reaches across Ireland from the small village to the big city highlighting the potential of our heritage to sustain our communities both culturally and economically. The initiative has grown in popularity year on year, thanks in no small part to the 16,000 volunteers who take part annually. Heritage Week captures the huge enthusiasm local communities have for our heritage, and their appreciation of how it supports our sense of well-being, our tourism and our environment”. - Heather Humphreys Minister of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. This year’s theme is One Hundred Years of Heritage and in this our centenary year, what better time to celebrate the last hundred years of Ireland's heritage: historical, cultural and environmental. Heritage Week offers new perspectives on the last hundred years from the history of Irish Apples at Altamont Gardens in Carlow to a 1916 Walking Tour of Bray to investigating the brave exploits of Kildare-born explorer Ernest Shackleton who launched his historic bid for Antartica one century ago. Heritage Week also celebrates our natural and sometimes hidden heritage. Get up close and personal with Ireland’s native honeybees in Castletown House or try seaweed harvesting along the seashore in Mayo.  Learn how to look after and preserve your vinyl collection at DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama or listen to decades of sound at the Irish Traditional Music Archive. There has never been a better time than this our centenary year to show case the work, dedication and diversity of those who value, manage and celebrate our heritage through the hundreds of events that take place across the country during National Heritage Week. - Michael Starrett, CEO of the Heritage Council. National Heritage Week is coordinated by The Heritage Council whose aim is to build awareness and education about our heritage thereby encouraging its conservation and preservation. It is part of European Heritage Days, a joint initiative of the Council of Europe and the European Union in which over forty countries participate each year.  To date almost 1,600 events have been registered on the National Heritage Week website which will remain open for event registration until National Heritage Week begins on 20 August. National Heritage Week 2016 will run from 20 - 28 August.  See more at For media information, contact Dairne O’Sullivan at 087 680 1443 or   

Golden&Silver Bike Awards

School Programme

Another fantastic Bike Week here in Limerick for our Smarter Travel Schools. Well done to St Brigids , who for the 4th year running have been awarded the Golden Bike for the highest numbers cycling throughout Bike Week. Salesians Infants were awarded the Silver Bike with the second highest number of students cycling.