Cycle Parking

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On-Street Cycle Parking

Dublin City Council provides approximately 8,000 on-street cycle parking spaces across its administrative area.

The Dublin City Centre Cycle Parking Strategy Report, published in 2015, provided a detailed survey of the current cycle parking provision and sought to quantify the city’s future needs. At the time of the survey, there were 4,625 on-street cycle parking spaces. 

Since 2015, DCC has steadily increased the rate of installation of on-street cycle parking with more cycle parking stands installed in Dublin during 2018 than in any other year in the past 2 decades.  In 2019, DCC continued the rate of expansion and successfully installed 977 Sheffield Stands, providing a total of 1954 new cycle parking spaces. Installation of cycle parking is currently suspended due to COVID-19 work restrictions. Design work is progressing and it is intended to have at least 2 batches of cycle parking designed and ready for installation (approximately 500 new stands) as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

For a map of the current on street cycle parking provision please follow the link below.

Locations of Dublin City Cycle Parking

Cycle Parking Installed 2019

Cycle Parking Facility, Drury Street

This facility offers indoor cycle parking in the heart of the city centre.

Extending over 2 levels, it has a capacity for over 300 bicycles including cargo bikes and is free to use. It’s bright and spacious and is monitored by CCTV security cameras.

There’s even a bicycle maintenance area with some basic tools to allow for running repairs.

The facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Apply for Bike Parking

If you have suggestions for locations where more cycle parking is needed, please complete the transport service request form or email Please include an exact address and send a photo of the desired location, if possible. This will help our engineers to determine whether the suggested location is suitable. 


  • The suggested area must be a publicly accessible space, not a private development.
  • Footpaths must be at least 3 metres wide to allow enough space for cycle parking to be installed.

Bike Parking for Schools

If you would like to apply for bike parking at your school, please ask your School Principal to complete this form and send it to

School Application for Cycle Parking 2020