Johannesburg's new mayor has halted the construction of the South African city's ambitious cycle lanes project.
It was rolled out in part of the city in 2014 while the African National Congress (ANC) was still in power, to encourage people to cycle.
Opposition parties had criticised the ANC, saying the money should to used to provide services for poor people.
Mayor Herman Mashaba says the project would only be looked at once all the city's roads had been tarred.
He is from the Democratic Alliance which won control of the city in August elections, with the support of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
The EFF had marched to former mayor Parks Tau's office, unhappy that the city had set aside 70 million rand ($490,000; £370,000) for cycle lanes in rich areas of the city while residents in Alexandra township still did not have tarred roads.