If there’s one thing we’ve all had enough of from the past year, it’s looking at charts. So I apologise for these, but it’s good news, so bear with me!
You may have read our previous article showing that cycling had really taken off in 2020. Now that more data is available, we can see that it REALLY took off.Read more “Did Millennials Save Cycling?”
We’ve put a huge amount of thought into what cycle lanes should be prioritised. This has been based on a number of criteria and a healthy pinch of our own subjective preferences. In this post, we’re taking an analytical approach, to see if that gives us any different insights.Read more “Analysing Cycling Routes in Navan”
New monthly newsletter with all your cycling news!Read more “New: Navan Cycling Initiative Newsletter!”
This is a review of the National Cycling Policy Framework, launched in 2009, covering the period up to 2019. The intention of this post is to provide a quick summary of the last decade of Cycling policy – so that you won’t have to read the policy (56 pages) nor the review that was conducted in 2019 (89 pages).Read more “Don’t Look Back In Anger: National Cycling Policy 2009-2019”
Note: This article was updated on 26th January 2021 to include air quality measurements from local schools
In The Before Times, in Dublin City-centre, you couldn’t fail to notice the difference in air quality, especially on hot, dry days with no wind. Although, Dublin is actually pretty good when compared with some of our European neighbours.Read more “Air Quality in Navan”
The Athlumney to Trim Road Cycle and Pedestrian Scheme is composed of two sections of the Navan Cycle Network, the Na7 and the Na3. The scheme will provide a safer cycling and walking environment in Navan, and will provide important links to schools, communities, businesses and amenities in the area.Read more “Athlumney to Trim Road Cycle and Pedestrian Scheme”