Bicycle Network: Behaviour
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Bike simulator training
Simulators have proved effective in the training of pilots, car drivers and motorcyclists. Do they have a future for bike education?
Conflict with motorcycles
Motorcyclists cheating traffic by sneaking up the bike lane are a risk to cyclists.
Inquiry into Violence Associated with Motor Vehicle Use
In April 2005 the Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee released the Inquiry into Violence Associated with Motor Vehicle Use
Mobile phone distraction evidence
There is strong evidence that it is inappropriate to use a mobile phone while driving.
Mobile phone penalties
Mobile phone use is implicated in many collisions. Penalties for using a hand held mobile phone while driving are strongly supported.
Pedestrians as hazards
With greatly increased rider numbers in the CBD, the casual indifference of pedestrians at red lights has created a new risk for bikes
Now that more bike riders are on the road, Police will be paying more attention to our rights and welfare.
Road safety for cyclists
Cycle facilities should provide cyclists a safe and attractive place to ride
Road User or Abuser
This new social media campaign is aimed at making roads a friendlier place for bike riders. Its from February into March 2012.
Rolling with the heavies
Bikes and trucks don’t mix well on the road. Emma Clark examines ways to improve the relationship.
Share the Road campaign
Share the Road is a community road safety campaign to help drivers and cyclists use the road cooperatively
Tram and bus route improvements
We support changes that improve the world for both bike riders and public transport passengers