A meta-analysis of 23 individual studies on economic behaviours of cyclists + pedestrians v cars.Read more “New Study: Economic Impacts on Local Businesses”
One of the goals for Navan Cycling Initiative is to improve our environment. But what does that goal look like? How will we know when it’s been achieved? And for all these long-term goals, how will we know day to day if anything is changing? Is there a way to break down this problem into bite-size pieces?
In this article, I look at greenhouse gas emissions for Ireland, Meath, and finally Navan to try and understand the sources of emissions, and how cycling might form part of the solution.Read more “Cycling to Save the Planet?”
Love 30 Campaign call for a default 30 km/h in all urban areas in Ireland, in line with several other European nationsRead more “Call for Default 30 km/h in all Urban Areas”
The Boyne Greenway and Navigation Restoration Scheme – Non-Statutory Public Consultation 1 – Greenway Route OptionsRead more “Submission for the Boyne Greenway Public Consultation 1”
New plans unveiled for the Boyne Greenway and Navigation RestorationRead more “The Boyne Greenway Non-Statutory Public Consultation is now Open”
Navan Cycling Initiative welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission on the next Road Safety Plan for County MeathRead more “Submission for the Meath Road Safety Plan 2021-2030”
A Place to Go …
… and a Way to Get There
Nobody had COVID in their strategic plan. Yet here it is, and we need to adapt.
While we’re focused on the cycling journey, we’re also thinking about the destination. Our vision for a significant improvement to the town, while being grounded in what’s shown to be possible.Read more “Navan 2021”