Newsroom

for

March 2018

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Swan to paddle faster

The good news is that the Swan Street Bridge project is to be speeded up. The bad news is that the paths under the bridge will be closed.
By-pass pipe Bay Trail

By-pass pipe could hookah ya

Riders on the Bay Trail will need to be extra careful in the coming months as Melbourne Water installs a by-pass pipe between North Road and South Road.
TAC legal loop

Legal loop – TAC coverage

Are you unsure about what support you may be able to get from the TAC as a bike rider? We have some information from Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.

Battery Point by bike

The City of Hobart has installed signs through Battery Point showing two bicycle routes connecting the Sandy Bay Road lanes with Salamanca and the waterfront.
Beach Road plates

Gold plated for riders

It is a great day for riders when construction authorities make a special effort to keep riders safe when steel plates have to be placed on roads.
Parisians bikes

Parisians get paid to switch to bikes

Parisians are being encouraged to swap their cars for cash and start riding in a desperate bid to reduce health-damaging air pollution in the metropolis.
spending

Big data tracks bike spenders

Researchers have began using sophisticated analysis of credit card spending patterns to see whether more people on bikes means more or less spending.
Sydney Harbour Bridge steps and bikes

Sydney Harbour Bridge ramp delayed

The NSW Government continues disappoint bike riders by delaying plans to replace the Sydney Harbour Bridge steps for at least another two years.
Exhibition Street closure

Multiplex ignorance a bad Exhibition

An unauthorised closure of the Exhibition Street bike lane in the Melbourne CBD this week by construction group Multiplex has highlighted an important need.