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Poll: Should city centres be "bike-first" zones?

What do you think?

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A NEW TRAFFIC system will see cyclists around College Green in Dublin guaranteed green lights.

The “greenwave” will see a guaranteed road of green lights for a cyclist provided they maintain a steady 20 km/h speed in tandem with traffic lights.

But, the system will mean that the speed limit for cars and buses will drop to 20 km/h.

Is the line of thinking right? Should city centres cater to cyclists more than cars?

We’re asking: Should city centres be “bike-first” zones?

Poll Results:

Yes (5934)
No (5391)
I don't know (530)

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