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Minimising the impact of construction

Bicycle Network brought together bike advocates and stakeholders from across Sydney to discuss issues and concerns arising from major construction works.

What does it take to switch transport choices?

Tasmanians will be the guinea pigs inr understanding what it takes to get people out of cars and into active transport and public transport, in the new Health by Stealth research project.

Get the e-bike lowdown

Bicycle Networks new e-bike flyer tells you everything you need to know about how an electric bicycle operates.
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Mixing bikes and trains

Bicycle Network is reminding everyone to avoid the front carriage when taking their bikes on the train.
Christmas bike lights Bicycle Network

Tips for talking turkey this Christmas

As well as food, drinks and cheer, events during the festive season can also include questions from non-bike-riders about why you choose two wheels.
Automotive era

Car guru: end of automotive era

The end of the automotive era is approaching, ringing the death knell for the performance car, according to one of the men who was responsible for bringing us that very era.
car free sunday SIngapore

Singapore says no more cars

The latest Census data has revealed that Australia has a very long way to go if it’s going to solve its traffic congestion woes. Released on Monday, the data on commuting habits showed that more than two thirds of people (69 per cent or 6.5 million people) drive to work. What’s more concerning is that […]
A new city-ranking list has named Brisbane as the best city in Australia but overall mobility in major centres is mediocre.

Mobility rated mediocre in Australia

The latest Census data has revealed that Australia has a very long way to go if it’s going to solve its traffic congestion woes. Released on Monday, the data on commuting habits showed that more than two thirds of people (69 per cent or 6.5 million people) drive to work. What’s more concerning is that […]
Darwin bike parking

Bike parking in Darwin a dire situation

The latest Census data has revealed that Australia has a very long way to go if it’s going to solve its traffic congestion woes. Released on Monday, the data on commuting habits showed that more than two thirds of people (69 per cent or 6.5 million people) drive to work. What’s more concerning is that […]
Sydney plan Bicycle Network

Sydney plan promising for bikes

The plan to focus Sydney into three distinct centres offers great potential for bike riding to play a greater role in the transport system
Dooring Bicycle Network

Dooring drivers locked up

In car technology has taken another small step towards tackling the big problem of drivers dooring bike riders.