Declaring school streets outside each school.
Using O’Connell Street as a place to walk and be.
Assigning one lane of Shannon Bridge to be a cycle way.
Giving money to employers to discount the Shannon tunnel for their employees.
Giving a yield to people cycling at red lights.
Regular community walks to test out pedestrian light timings with traffic engineers, the elderly and the young.
Transforming residential street to one-lane one-ways that are not rat runs.
Pedestrian networks throughout our residential streets.
Moving street signs to the edge of footpaths.
Declaring Sarsfield Street a human bridge.
Building a bridge for humans crossing the Shannon.
Changing our roundabouts from two to one-lane, pedestrian and cycle crosses at each.
Informal pedestrian crossings throughout the city.
Declaring a 30kmh zone across the city.
Converting Hassett’s Cross to be a community roundabout.
Adult cycle buses to get to work.
School cycle buses to every school.
Trees at the train station.
A red cycle lane network.
Coke bikes throughout all the suburbs and colleges.
Converting on-street parking.
Kids cycling to school.
Pedestrianising O’Connell street every Sunday.
… but you’re never ready to try something new, because it might not work out.
Waiting to be ready is a strategy to fade into the oblivion. Instead, lean in, and be courageous. You never know, it might even work out.