Australia is headed for three more years of a coalition government. What improvements for bike riding can we expect between now and 2022?
One of Bicycle Network's election campaign bikes has gone missing, with no information about where it might be.
The Australian Greens have pledged $1 billion in funding over four years to help make it easier and safer for more people to ride bikes across the country.
Federal Labor has undertaken to fund a new bike path from Greensborough to Montmorency if it forms government after this months election.
If elected, a Shorten Labor Government will invest $6.2 million in Parramatta to improve access and safety for people to ride and walk.
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.
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.
The Australian Labor Party has said they will create a $260 million bike fund to build new cycleways if they win the federal election.
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.
Australians should be paid $5 every time they ride a bike to work under a new scheme proposed by Australia’s biggest bike riding organisation, Bicycle Network.
The Morrison Government has promised to establish an Office of Road Safety if re-elected, a small but important step toward protecting the safety of all road users.
Move more, sit less and make sure you get enough sleep is the latest health message for Aussie children and young people.
News that another bike rider has been horrifically killed in a crash with a truck highlights the urgent need to address the risk that heavy vehicles pose on our roads.
The answer to traffic congestion in our capital cities isn’t in cutting back permanent migration, it’s in investing and creating space for active transport.
With e-scooter hire schemes launching in QLD, SA and NZ, the discussion around where these new transport modes fit into existing systems continues.
The Federal Government has announced $10M for construction of the 12 Apostles Trail, a project Bicycle Network has been pushing for 15 years.
In the recent announcement of federal funding for Hobart bicycle infrastructure was $100,000 for on-road bike parking stations.
Some of Australia’s fiercest advocates of road building and the car-based lifestyle are starting to have second thoughts: maybe more cars aren’t the answer?