The next generation of new trains for metropolitan Melbourne with improved facilities for bikes will be on show at Birrarung Marr in February.
Melbourne's eastern municipalities are developing a strategy to integrate the development of trails across the region.
All the jawboning about the Melbourne Metro Tunnel is about to stop, and the jackhammers are about to start as work ramps up.
Some thieves have gone on a mountain bike spree in Lilydale, while a Northcote man is searching for some good Samaritans on bikes.
The massive $16.5B North East Link project is gearing up its planning, raising optimism that vital bike routes will be delivered as part of the project.
Riders should be alert to the disruptions and risks on routes through Albert Park now that the annual Grand Prix circuit build up is underway.
Work starts soon on improved access and amenities on the Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail (Warby Trail) at Launching Place.
Wagga Wagga City Council will receive more than $11 million from the NSW State Government to fund its cycling promotion project.
Six-year-old Sam Allen has been getting ready for his first day of school since Christmas – but it’s got nothing to do with books, bags or uniforms.
Three weeks into the new year, we thought it was time to provide another update on Melbourne’s Swan Street Bridge project.
New research shows that Australian parents opt for the car when sending their children to school, but Ride2School has the tools to combat this.
The debate happening about Hobart’s transport future is long overdue.
Following the death of a bike rider on New South Head Road late last year, Bicycle Network has been pushing for urgent action.
The Federal and Tasmanian governments today struck an agreement to speed up a ‘City Deal’ for Hobart which will see funding for new developments.
As part of the M40 Preston Reservoir to Merri Creek Water Main Renewal project, there will be a couple of road closures and detours over the next two weekends.
Woollahra Council in Sydney’s eastern suburbs is seeking feedback on the services it provides as part of planning for the future.
A Waratah local is calling on Newcastle planners to bring the city’s transport up to speed by allowing bikes on buses and has launched a public petition.
Allowing footpath access increases bike riding by women and children, fresh evidence gathered by Bicycle Network has revealed.
The AMA has called for tougher penalties for distracted drivers who use mobile phones, but also have some advice for bike riders.
Inner West Council are calling for public feedback on a proposed cycleway along Lilyfield Road.