TheEngineer wrote: There is no good solution there.
TheEngineer wrote:This is a very good start and something council has been pushing since 2008.
Council has been working with vicroads to get a good result for cyclists. This section was upgraded due to a fatality on the overpass. The bridge and to the east is in the vicroads internal bid process for evaluation.
The western section has been partially developed. Just trying to work out how to get a bike lane on the main carriage way outbound. Vicroads wants to duck into the service road. If anyone has any suggestions pm me. There is no good solution there.
Good to see the gov pulling its finger out
cyclotaur wrote:Is there a link to plans/photos somewhere?
Anth73 wrote:however I thought any funding would be better spent on improvements from Queens Parade to Smith Street instead. (
human909 wrote:Anth73 wrote:however I thought any funding would be better spent on improvements from Queens Parade to Smith Street instead. (
I find that quite fine. Try taking the lane rather than hiding in the death zone. Its downhill so I am normally travelling a similar speed to the traffic and I find that section trouble free.
eezz wrote:I went past just after the hit and run attack, thankfully another motorist had got the rego details and stopped to help out. Let's hope that moron is explaining their appalling actions to the police
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