Category: Guest & opinion articles
Articles written by guest contributors and opinion pieces from Bikefast
Cargobike Dad takes a cycle down the new Alfred Street cycle track (which is still under construction) to look at how the emerging layout matches up against the designs – and finds more than a few things to worry about.
What could Belfast possibly learn from New Orleans about cycling? More than you might think according to New Orleans tourism chiefs.
Cargobike Dad looks at how Belfast’s Cycling Revolution is inching west and where it can start to gather momentum with a little innovative thinking.
“The current state of the Linen Quarter is a place in Belfast that factors in the car users’ needs and not anyone else’s.”
Over 300,000 shoppers live within a 20 minute bicycle ride of Belfast city centre’s shops, cafes, restaurants and workplaces. Yet clever media voices continue to distract people away from chronic motoring problems to attack sustainable transport in Belfast.
The overall balance is clearly positive – for the public, not for the motorist. And that is what it is meant to be.
Cargobike Dad looks at the current consultation on Belfast’s Linen Quarter and finds very little consideration of bicycle movements.