Campaign

Bicycle leaning against Polling Station sign with polling station door wide open in the background

MP hopefuls face our questions

Who will get your vote? Will they say they will make Brighton & Hove more accessible for cycling? We’ve asked every candidate across the city three simple questions and look forward to receiving and publishing their clear and concise replies. So come back to this page often to see what they say.

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Bicycle leaning against polling station sign

South Portslade Election Survey

Only two of the candidates for the South Portslade election who have been sent surveys about their views on cycling locally and city-wide have responded. Residents vote for their new councillor on Thursday 11 January. Here are the replies of the candidates who have responded.

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Hundreds of people with bicycles outside Hove Town Hall in the sunshine

Hundreds take part in Kidical Mass bike ride, to demand safer roads

We’re delighted that hundreds of cyclists of all ages took to the streets of Brighton & Hove on Saturday, 23 September, in the city’s first major Kidical Mass bike ride. The event, part of a global campaign inspired by Critical Mass, calls for safe cycling infrastructure, especially for children and families.

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“What about the disabled?”

Anna joined the Bricycles committee in May this year. She passionately believes that more bikes and fewer cars would make Brighton an even better place to live. Here she gets

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Show & Tell

We want to learn from what you know about cycling in our city. If you want cycling to be accessible for everyone in Brighton & Hove, come and meet like-minded

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