Bicycle Network: Take Action
1 NSW Transport Plan 2012
This is your opportunity to have your say to the Government about transport planning in NSW.
Adelaide City is responding to the bike boom, listening to riders, and committing the cash
Budget allocation: regional Victoria
State budget allocations are slipping behind what is needed to match the growth in bike riding
A new government, a first budget, some good news, and a little anxiety
Contact your State Member of Parliament
Members and Friends of Bicycle Network Victoria can quickly find their local member in Blink
The Department of Infrastructure has a new funding pool, the Local Area Access Program (LAAP) to stimulate councils to focus on infrastructure barriers that are often 'lost inside the bigger grid'. For a rider the Principle Bicycle Network and the Metropolitan Trail Network may not always service their need to get to key activity centres.
Regional Growth Fund
The Victorian Government has released its plans for funding regional infrastructure - the $1 billion Regional Growth Fund. The Coalition's fund is meant to support regional development over the next eight years.
The latest from the island state
The Metropolitan Trail Network - Department of Sustainability and Environment
The Metropolitan Trail Network (MTN) is a network of recreational bicycle routes in metropolitan Melbourne. Recently the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) have taken on guardianship of the strategic development of the MTN and are responsible for building bike facilities through funding the Metropolitan Trail Network.
VicRoads - The Principal Bicycle Network
VicRoads is responsible for providing bicycle facilities on the Principal Bicycle Network in Melbourne and on Priority Bicycle Routes in Metropolitan Melbourne.
Victoria's Cycling Strategy 2013-2023
The State Government has launched a ten year cycling strategy for Victoria.
Victorian Government offers $5M in grants for cycling and walking projects
17 June 2008. A total of $5M is up for grabs for new sustainable transport projects in Victoria during 2008-09.
WA shows the way
The WA commitment is unprecedented and puts the Victorian Government to shame.