Detours and closures
Work on Metro Tunnel will soon close the eastbound La Trobe Street bike lane for a month. The good news is that the detour will be a quick and simple one.
From Wednesday 15 May the Jewell Station redevelopment will divert the shared path in Upfield via the western side of the station, through Watson Street.
As part of the M40 Preston Reservoir to Merri Creek Water Main Renewal project, there will be a couple of road closures and detours over the next two weekends.
A sub-standard section of the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail in Essendon that has been crying out for improvement for years is about to be upgraded.
Bikes are being detoured around Somerville Road in Kingsville due to work to renew the M102 Water Main under the road.
There will be minor inconvenience for riders along the Maribyrnong Trail in Essendon West for the next four months as part of the Maribyrnong River Main upgrades
Two busy Melbourne bike routes face major disruption from tomorrow as the streets are closed for work on a new water main.
If you are out and about on your bike in the CBD this Sunday morning be aware that there will be roadworks outside Flinders St Station that will close the road.
A long and winding detour around Sydney's M2 Cycleway that has been in place since 2016 because of NorthConnex works has been extended until 2020.
From Monday there will be a short detour of the Maribyrnong River Trail at Steele Creek Reserve in Essendon West as Melbourne Water continue sewer upgrades.
Riders face changed traffic conditions in Somerville Road, Yarraville for the next two months as construction of the M102 water main begins at Julian Street.
A detour at the end of the Kew Boulevard that asked riders to cross the Chandler Highway using pedestrian lights at the Eastern Freeway will be removed.
Melbourne Water will have intermittent road closures on Alfred Crescent, Falconer and Scotchmer Streets in December and January for the M41 Water Main Project.
There will be substantial disruption of the St Georges Road and Merri Creek routes from next week due to tram track works, including bike path detours.
City of Melbourne has acted to improve the chaotic situation facing bike riders attempting to get around the roadworks outside Flinders Street Station.
The mysterious and dangerous disappearance of the bike lane outside Flinders Street Station is unacceptable and must be fixed immediately.
The City of Melbourne next week starts work on a new bike lane configuration outside Flinders Street station for riders entering the city over Princes Bridge.
The popular Clarendon Street bike route through East Melbourne from the MCG to Albert Street will be disrupted from the middle of next week.
Security upgrades to the Princes Bridge at the beginning of St Kilda Road will see the southbound bike lane relocated to the road.
Major demolition activity begins this week at the old City Ford site at Haymarket Roundabout, with increased truck traffic in the area until mid-December