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June 2020

ireland spends big on bikes

Ireland spending up big on bikes

The Republic of Ireland have committed a whopping €360 million annually (over AU$586 million) to cycling and walking schemes for the next five years.
Bike riders and the Sydney Harbour Bridge steps

Another Harbour Bridge ramp update

Transport officials are finalising plans for cycle ramps at the northern and southern ends of the Sydney Harbour Bridge more than two years after community opposition sidelined the project.

COVID has lessons for road safety

A powerful new report urges the government to learn the lessons of COVID-19 and apply them to the development of the new National Road Safety Strategy.

Tassie Bike News Bites

Rail Trails Australia is after a Tassie volunteer representative, Hobart Airport access includes shared path, Glenorchy looking for ideas for its trails, Meehan Range gets a real cliffhanger of a track, Launceston cycling campaign gets boost and the Legislative Council elections are set for 1 August.
burnley street

Changed conditions on Burnley Street

There will be some minor impacts expected on people riding bikes in Richmond in early July as the Hawthorn Sewer upgrade project hits Murphy and Palmer Street.

Bikes shed light on town planning

Smart bike lights in the UK are being used to collect cycling data and feedback for town planners to utilise in improving bike riding routes.
slacks creek greenlink

New greenlink in Slacks Creek

A new one kilometre greenlink pathway opened in Slacks Creek, Queensland this week, offering a new and exciting healthy space to the community.

Want to commute but don’t know how?

Many people are out of the habit of getting into their cars every morning, now it's broken how do we help them into a new habit of riding to work instead of driving? Finding a route to work they are comfortable with is a big start.