Is this making anyone happy, or is there an obvious catch that I'm missing:
Thats great news - hope it becomes a reality with some quality.
The catch is that many of the areas that will now deliver "bikeability" had already delivered "cycle training" and rebranding won't take any additional funds and makes total sense as the qualifications are aligned more with bikeability than they had been in the past. I'm not sure if it's actually an increase in cycling money or that is staying the same as money for walking and other things(the ones actually mentioned) increases.
Can all stop salivating and learn how to read and fudge statistics now.
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