Both Labor and The Nationals in have made election commitments to provide funding for a section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail.
A Shorten Labor Government would invest $500,000 to connecting the dedicated bicycle lane on Cumberland Road in Pascoe Vale with the Upfield Bike Path.
The Shorten campaign announces $4.8M support for a major bike corridor through Footscray, linking West Footscray Station to the Maribyrnong River via Napier Street.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has revealed his bike-friendly side, providing $5 million for the safety upgrade of Melbourne's popular Kew Boulevard.
The Walmer Street Bridge over the Yarra, used by over 200 riders a day, has finally received cash from the Federal Government to widen and upgrade the deck.
Yet again a rider has come to grief hitting a bollard on a trail, an entirely foreseeable outcome of an outdated and dangerous practice.
The City of Greater Bendigo is seeking comment on their draft Walk, Cycle Greater Bendigo Strategy which aims to make it easier to walk and cycle more often.
Further evidence to support the notion that taking away space and slowing speed for cars to prioritise places for pedestrians and bicycles improves our streets.
New eye tracking technology will enable a car to identify if its driver is drunk, distracted or tired, and automatically intervene before disaster strikes.
Construction of a new bike path is being considered on a strip of Cannawigara Road in Bordertown, South Australia, and the council is keen to hear people's thoughts.
A Fremantle business owner has been granted the right to build a bike shelter outside his High Street shop, following a 64-year legal battle with the city.
Is the bicycle’s comeback about to pick up speed? The answer is yes, according to BBC program 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy.
Bicycle news from around Tassie, including bike paths in Kingston, Hobart Council committee members, Legislative Council elections and East Coast path funding.
The City of Hobart has released an action plan of new technology ideas that could help the council to deliver its City Vision, called Connected Hobart.
The Australian Labor Party has said they will create a $260 million bike fund to build new cycleways if they win the federal election.
Bicycle Network held a forum at its Melbourne office last night to discuss car parking and the allocation of space in modern cities. Here's our take on what parking means for bikes.
The choice of a long or short ride from the Burnie Yacht Club on Sunday 28 April and an exploration of new Hobart paths and bridge on Wednesday 1 May.
Contacting your local candidates this federal election will help strengthen the voice for people who ride bikes in Australia.
Liberal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has promised that a re-elected Coalition will invest millions on Melbourne’s Yarra Boulevard and Walmer Street bridge.
The RACT has released its 30 year transport vision plan for Hobart, with separated cycleways and cycling for transport strongly supported.