Newsroom

for

August 2018

Super Tuesday North 2017

Going north to count bikes

Australia’s biggest bike count will head north next week when Super Tuesday hits the Northern Territory and Queensland on Tuesday 4 September.
Flinders Street Federation Square

Fed Square shard shave alert

There are changes ahead for traffic at the corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets as works starts on a new entrance for the Town Hall Metro Tunnel station.
Lloyd Street changes

Mix track on Lloyd Street

Bikes and cars will be mixing it up on a very slow and congested Lloyd Street in Kensington for the remainder of the year.
Nicholson detour crop

Nicholson St nixed for two weeks

Nicholson Street in Fitzroy will be virtually impassable for the next few weeks as construction of new trams stops will stop traffic.

Car-free days for Edinburgh

Air quality concerns have led another European city – this time Edinburgh – to move to restrict motor traffic and switch commuter behaviour away from cars.
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Police hunt illegal speed bumpers

NSW Police are hunting for at least three people who are believed to be responsible for an illegal speed bump that felled a bunch ride in Kur-ring-gai Chase National Park.

Work starts on Margate–Snug shared path

Kingborough Council has started building a 3 metre wide shared cycling and walking path between Snug and Margate, which is due to open before the end of the year.
Memorial ride for Gitta Scheenhouwer

Calls for change on Chapel Street

The Mayor of Stonnington made a call for protected bike lanes on Chapel Street at this morning’s memorial event for Gitta Scheenhouwer.