You can download presentations from Bike Futures Sydney 2016 here.


Mapping cycle journeys through Australian CitiesProf. Chris Pettit – Chair of Urban Science, City Futures Research Centre – University of New South Wales, Australia.

Challenges and opportunities for bicycle infrastructure in SydneyHeather Nesbitt, Social Commissioner, City of Greater Sydney Commission. 

Attitudes towards minimum passing distance lawsStephen Moore and Richard Stuetz, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW, Australia.

Active transport to school case studies – Active Paths, Mind Body Pedal, Alex Carpenter, Bicycle Network, Ride2School Program.

Super Counts - Australia's largest visual bike counts, Tess Allaway, Bicycle Network, General Manager Government and Behaviour Change.

Quantifying cycling demand from GPS data - Michael Dean, Stephen Moore, Richard Stuetz, UNSW, Australia.

Protected Bicycle Intersections – Concepts and practical examplesCallan Jones, Arup.

Prevention of bicycle car-door crashes - Inner Melbourne Safe Active-Transport (IMSAT)

Innovative road markings – Cameron Munro (CDM research)

Think of the impact Communications campaign - City of Sydney - presenter James Adams

CyclePort the world's first universal automated bike sharing system, Al Reid, Managing Director, CyclePort.

Closing the loop: Increasing cycling on a recreational trail, Anne Grunseit, Prevention Research Collaboration, School of Public Health, University of Sydney.

The role of electric assist bicycles in encouraging more people to rideElizabeth Krassoi, Eurocycles.

Planning, designing and community consultation for separated bike facilities, Lindsay Menday, Sustainable Transport Project Coordinator, North Sydney Council.

End-of-trip cycling facilities in Green Star rated commercial buildingNicholas Cranney, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW.

Share the path intervention and low cost evaluation of behavioural impactsKathleen Kemp, Port Phillip