A one-kilometre extension of a cycle lane could make it the longest in the country.
Plans have been put forward to extend the segregated bike and pedestrian lane in Hove to 2.7km.
The route already runs from Dyke Road to the Upper Drive and would be extended to Nevill Road.
The £1.4m cost would be met by a successful bid by the council for government Cycle City Ambition funding.
This would contribute to the core network of cycle and pedestrian routes we are setting up across the city. By reallocating some space to these lanes we have made cycling and walking safer and more attractive especially to younger and inexperienced riders."
– Councillor Pete West, Chair of the environment, transport and sustainability committee
The Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has been in Sussex today to see a school's ground-breaking work to tackle homophobic bullying. Blatchington Mill in Hove has appointed some of its students as "equality commissioners" to challenge prejudice.
The school says it's vital that all youngsters feel safe and valued, or their education can be seriously affected.
Malcolm Shaw has been speaking to Ed Milliband, Stephen Murtagh, a victim of homophobic bullying, Equality Commissioners Rosie Bradley and Joshua Drabble and Deputy Headteacher Nick Wergan.
The Leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband is visiting a school in Hove today, to support its work in standing up to homophobic bullies. Blatchington Mill School is the Stonewall School Champion because of its anti-homophobic work.
Thieves who conned a vulnerable pensioner out of £1,400 later returned to steal more cash from him.
The 85-year-old from Hove was first targeted at his home where he was told his roof needed repairing.
The offender then pretended to call the man's accommodation officer and told the victim to pay £1,400 and that the money would be refunded.
The work was due to be carried out the next day but no one turned up.
On Monday July, 1 the offender returned to the pensioner's home claiming to be working in a neighbour's garden when he dropped a hedgetrimmer into the victim's garden.
The offender persuaded the man to go out in the garden with him to get the trimmer whilst an accomplice went into the man's home.
The pensioner challenged the men but they denied any wrong doing and left the house empty handed.
The offender was described as white, about 40-years-old with short brown hair. He was wearing loose grey and black clothes and a grey cap.
On the second visit the man was said to have dyed his hair black.
Sussex Detective Sergeant Liam Tinkl said: "We believe the men returned to the pensioner's home because they saw him as an easy target. We need to speak to anyone who may have seen the men or who recognises the description so that we can catch them before they prey on any more vulnerable people."
A bin strike which led to rubbish bags piling up on the streets of Brighton has been suspended.
Hundreds of members of the GMB union at Brighton and Hove council walked out last week in a row over pay, but a new offer is now being put to workers.
The GMB said industrial action had been suspended for 28 days so workers could be consulted on a new offer.
Mark Turner, the GMB's branch secretary, said:
"We have made significant progress over recent days. The proposal significantly reduces or in some cases eliminates the losses for individual staff members which arose under the previous offer, although there are still some areas that must be addressed."
A man has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder by police investigating the fatal shooting of an Albanian man in a suspected feud between two families.
The 34-year-old suspect from Brighton was held at Gatwick Airport yesterday evening in connection with the death of Xhem Krasniqi.
Father of two Mr Krasniqi, 31, was struck once in the abdomen after a gunman opened fire in Church Road, Hove, at about 11.30pm on May 18.
The scaffolder, who lived in Kent with his family, was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton but died just after 1am the following morning.
Shots were also fired at Mr Krasniqi's brother and nephew, leading detectives to treat the case as a murder and two attempted murders.
Police last week named Edmund Nela, 30, and his brother, 34-year-old Albert, as being wanted for questioning over the killing, and issued an all-ports alert.
Then on Saturday, the Brighton Argus reported that Albert Nela had telephoned the newspaper from Italy to say he was "shocked" to learn he was being linked to the shooting and had plans to return to the UK.
A Sussex Police spokesman said today: "A 34-year-old man from Brighton has been arrested for conspiracy to murder following the fatal shooting of Xhem Krasniqi in Hove on Saturday 18 May.
"The man was arrested as he flew back into Gatwick Airport at 5.10pm on Sunday 26 May. He remains in custody for questioning."
The family of a man, killed in a shooting in Hove, have described him as "a loving and devoted family man". Xhem Krasniqi was shot on Saturday evening.
Police took the unusual step of naming the men they wish to speak to in connection with his death yesterday. Officers say Edmund and Albert Nela were living in Brighton - but may well have left the Sussex area.
Video shows the victim and the two men being sought by police.
Detectives investigating the fatal shooting of Xhem Krasniqi have identified the men they want to trace after his murder. Xhem, 31, died of a single gun shot wound as he and his brother and nephew were shot at by a man they knew in Church Road, Hove, on Saturday evening.
Sussex Police: "That man we believe was 30-year-old Edmund Nela, a local man. We believe the men all knew each other and we are open-minded as to motive. Initial indication is that there's a personal dispute between members of two families and this has escalated, leading to Xhem's tragic death.
"Prior to this incident police were not aware of any history between the individuals. We are also seeking Edmund's brother Albert, 34, who also lives in the Brighton area. Neither of them has been seen since Saturday night."