Category: The Politics
Embedding everyday cycling into election manifestos and day-to-day politics (when that actually happens)
Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard has been in post since May 2016. In that time you may not have had the chance to gauge how progressive a …
Cycling was on the agenda at Stormont this week with the Infrastructure Ministrer Chris Hazzard fielding questions on the much anticipated Belfast Bicycle Network Plan
The Northern Ireland Assembly has been busy shuffling the deck for the new term and we can now reveal the key players in delivering Phase II of the Cycling Revolution.
The clock has started counting down on the first five years of Northern Ireland’s quarter century vision for cycling – will this crop of MLAs seize the moment after backing the three aims of Election Cycle 2016?
A third of candidates running for the Stormont Assembly election have endorsed a call for long-term funding for cycling and active travel in Northern Ireland.
Bikefast’s increasingly hopeless attempts to find hidden clues of cycling investment plans within party election broadcasts reaches round 3 and the architects of the current Cycling Revolution™, the Ulster Unionist Party.
It’s round two of Bikefast’s vain attempt to see if local political parties are sending messages about bicycles through their party political broadcasts. Will the SDLP build a better future for cycling?
Bikefast scours the Alliance Party Political Broadcast for evidence of thinking about bicycles, and is nearly run over by ALL THE TRAFFIC.