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19:20

Local

Bikes and scooters banned from pedestrian areas in Malaga city

IGNACIO LILLO

The most anticipated day for pedestrians and most feared for cyclists and scooter users in Malaga has arrived. This Monday the BOP official provincial gazette published a new regulation that bans cyclists and scooter users from riding them on Malag

13:23

LifeStyle

Towards cleaner energy

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...instead of using a car or public transport have welcomed the introduction of electric bicycles, or e-bikes, which have numerous advantages over the traditional type of bike and are also good for the environment because they are zero-emission. They are ... likely to encourage others to take to two wheels, as well, because they involve less physical effort than an ordinary bike, enable you to travel greater distances and climb steep hills. E-bikes still provide good exercise and unlike a car, e-bikes don’t

13:41

Local

Five thousand cyclists call for safer bike lanes in Malaga city

JUAN SOTO

...association believes that the new 30km/h lanes where cyclists have priority are not the solution, as users are not professional sports cyclists but ordinary citizens with their limitations. "We want to use our bikes for our everyday needs, because they are

12:09

Local

A challenge to celebrate being alive

MATÍAS STUBER

"I was in the Andalusian and Spanish amateur teams and all my colleagues went on to become professionals, except me," he said, although he is not upset about it now. He was at the time, though, and started to get rid of his bikes. "I was thinking that ... bikes and climbed more than 5,000 metres. "My idea was that this could be a good way to raise awareness among drivers," he explained. The accident Miguel remembers the date of his accident because he has seen it written down a hundred times. In the

13:13

Local

Malaga seeks European funds to create 70 kilometres of new cycle lanes

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...of some 720 metres; and the one-kilometre cycle path linking Avenida Cervantes with La Malagueta. Del Río has also highlighted the municipal plan to extend the public cycle loan system, currently equipped with 24 ‘stations’ and 400 bikes, with the ... idea of adding 120 stations and another 1,200 bikes, including electric options. During a meeting of the Bicycle Cities Network, made up of a hundred Spanish cities – which Malaga has just joined – the association’s president, Antoni Poveda, ... highlighted "the opportunity" that European funds can provide for the promoting more sustainable mobility. "The objective is to transform cities so that bikes have the same opportunities as other means of transport. Cycle-friendly cities are more attractive

12:38

Gibraltar

Non-polluting E-bikes currently being tried out for Gibraltar Post Office deliveries

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Post Office has started trialing two non-polluting e-assisted bikes this week, in collaboration with local company E-bikes Gibraltar. Gibraltar aims to go greener with some roads closed to traffic The trial will last three ... months, and the minister for postal services, Vijay Daryanani, says it is important because it increases awareness of alternative forms of transport and will help to overcome the psychological barrier to getting people out of cars. The e-bikes can carry

13:23

Opinion

Three-way confession

Rachel Haynes

Malaga and anyone who moves around in it are currently caught up in the controversy over the new bylaw that bans bikes and electric scooters from pavements and pedestrianised streets, forcing them out into dangerous traffic. I caught up with a ... pedestrians with their heavy shopping trolleys who've realised that the tracks are smoother than the pavements, or the runners. As for the new 30km/h lanes where traffic must give priority to bikes and scooters, on one hand it gives me a feeling of being given ... the freedom the city - we cyclists can claim our place on the city's roads. But so far I've preferred to get off and walk. The Driver: I must confess I don't like bikes on the road. It's annoying when you get behind one and have to chug along in

15:41

Opinion

Laws just for show

IGNaCIO LILLO

...more than 30, unless I'm going downhill without braking. On those occasions I sometimes get up to 40, which is a lot for such a little thing. So in Malaga I'm betting that the new DGT regulations will only be complied with by bikes, personal mobility