Traffic in Geelong looks set to be reordered around the central activities district under a forthcoming transport network operating plan.
Riders along the busy Footscray Road trail will have a new, uplifting experience over the next six months as they venture west.
Port Phillip Council is hosting a free event to promote the newly upgraded bike corridor on Moray Street in South Melbourne this weekend.
It has been known for years that the location of public transport routes plays a major role in the location and pricing of property. Now the rising role of bikes for transport is having the same effect.
Changes to Sydney Road in Brunswick are again on the backburner after the state government said they are not planning any action until nearby level crossing removal work is finished in 2021.
A massive trial of parcel delivery in Berlin has established that cargo bikes can do the job of making delivery to the door viable and sustainable.
Many governments around the world incentivise the purchase of electric cars, however, research is showing the incentives would be better suited to e-bikes.
Swooping magpies, bicycle infrastructure mapping, reimagining Kingston, Hobart Bike Kitchen and North Hobart's Swan Street Park are covered in this edition's Tassie Bike News Bites.
The City of Melbourne Council has unanimously approved it's 10 year Transport Strategy. We have a look at what that means for bike riding.
There is so much to see at this year’s Open House Hobart that we’ve put together a free social ride that takes in the major sites as part of a cycling tour on Saturday 9 November. We can only accept a maximum of 15 people on the ride as it includes booked tours so get [...]
Bicycle Network has renewed calls for mandatory safety measures that protect vulnerable road users to be included as part of Australia’s Heavy Vehicle National Law.
ACT Police are stepping up their enforcement of minimum passing distance law with the announcement of a crackdown on motorists who pass people on bikes too closely.
For years, the communities of Central West NSW have opened their doors, towns and roads for the bike riding community. Now it’s our chance to rally around them.
Victorians are being called on to help inform the priorities for the state’s next Road Safety Strategy which sets out to stop people from being killed or seriously injured on our roads.
The detour for bike riders on Canning Street in Carlton will move further north from Tuesday 29 October as City West Water progresses with water main renewal work.
Bike riders have been banned from Scott Street in the mixed running section of the Newcastle Light Rail following the completion of the NSW Government safety review.
Two wheels have beaten four in this year’s Ride2Work Day Commuter Challenge, which saw six different transport options from South Hobart to the waterfront.
The woman who drove into and killed professional cyclist Jason Lowndes in 2017 will likely be given a sentence that does not include a prison term.
Bicycle Network supports the RACV’s call for lower speed limits outside every school in Victoria, but would like to see it go further.
The City of Bendigo has recently released the Walk, Cycle Greater Bendigo Strategy, to make riding and walking more attractive in the region.