Bike riders in Vienna will be rewarded with concert tickets for their efforts in reducing CO2 emissions in the Austrian capital.
The City of Melbourne has revealed its proposals for new separated bike lanes along Kavanagh Street in Southbank – and you can help support it.
Melbourne newspaper The Age has come out in support of lowering speed limits to make our streets safer.
Reatailers often argue that most of their customers arrive by car. New, local research shows that is not the case.
Although Amsterdam is renowned for its dense bike traffic, it is unhealthy car commutes that will be getting the chop under a new transport plan.
The new Lille Langebro cycle and pedestrian bridge opened recently, a stunning gift to the city of Copenhagen from an innovative property developer.
A new report from GoGet suggests the blame for worsening congestion falls at the feet of the very people who claim to be fixing it.
Bicycles are set to be banned on George Street between Town Hall and Wynyard just weeks before Sydney’s light rail is set to open.
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.
The City of Bendigo has recently released the Walk, Cycle Greater Bendigo Strategy, to make riding and walking more attractive in the region.
New travel survey results from the University of Tasmania have helped ease concerns about traffic congestion around the Hobart and Launceston campuses.
The Tasmanian Young Planners group is organising PARKing Day in the “Midtown” area of Elizabeth Street between Melville and Patrick streets on Elizabeth Street between 9 am and 5 pm on Friday 20 September.
Tassie news includes a call for Commuter Challenge volunteers, Bicycle Network at the Writers Festival, this year's Australian MTB summit and new MTB trails and Hobart Council decisions.
New kerb management technology being tested in Washington DC highlights the end of a 70 year dominance of street kerb space by the parked, private motor car.
Genuine public consultation and data collection are key to getting a separated cycleway up and running, the August Bike Futures forums in Hobart and Launceston heard.
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.
The RACT has released its 30 year transport vision plan for Hobart, with separated cycleways and cycling for transport strongly supported.
Major cities around the world are realising the benefits of reclaiming the kerb space dedicated to car parking to inject life back into the streets. Join the discussion.
A new study from London shows that building good bike facilities can have a positive impact on housing development and influence where people desire to live.
The RACT has released five scenarios for Hobart’s transport future and is asking people to comment on each of them.