From the 31′ July, cyclists who break red lights, who do not light up at night, or who cycle without reasonable consideration can receive a fixed charge notice of €40. This has been very successful at improving motoring behaviour without costly court proceedings. Cycling has staged a 50% revival in the past decade and now represents over one-third of bus use. In Dublin the 1,500 Dublin Bikes attract over 2 million users and nationwide there are over 4,000 kilometres of cycleway – some of it very popular like Sutton to Sandycove. Public consultation on safer laws for cyclists will open later this year.