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eastern trails network

Melbourne’s east gets trails plan

The comprehensive new Eastern Trails Strategy is set to guide the future development of new and existing trails in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.
airbike adelaide

Airbike undeterred by Obike disaster

There's a new bike-share company in Adelaide, with 'Airbike' set to launch its fleet in the city within the next fortnight, undeterred by previous failures.

The Canning Street clamp begins

One of our most popular bike commuter routes, Canning Street, will soon also be the route of a major water main project, with planned detours to come.
queen street bridge

Altona Meadows bridge causes a divide

Hobsons Bay council, pedestrians and bike riders have launched a joint campaign calling for a safe crossing over the Queen Street road bridge in Altona Meadows.

Have your say on West Coast MTB strategy

The wild West Coast is the latest region in Tasmania to be bitten by the mountain biking bug, releasing a trails strategy for public comment this week that aims to set it apart from other MTB destinations.
trucks in bike lanes

Get the truck out of the way

There are growing safety concerns associated with trucks illegally parking in bike lanes throughout Melbourne. Send us your photos to help us tackle the issue.
little collins

Big improvement on Little street

The City of Melbourne has added important finishing touches to the city's strong-spine small street, Little Collins, which bike riders will appreciate.
beach road

More sewer works on Beach Road

Beach Road riders will be inconvenienced for six weeks as Melbourne Water will begin work on relining the sewer under Beach Road from next Wednesday 10 July.
plenty road upgrade

Plenty Road Trail ready to roll

A new 2.8km stretch of the shared path along Plenty Road in Mill Park has opened, as part of stage 1 of the Plenty Road upgrades.
Jump bike

Uber bikes plan to jump into Australia

Uber reveal plans to introduce their electric bike and scooter share company Jump to Australia and New Zealand as part of a measured, data-driven expansion.

Elizabeth Street team looks to separation

The Hobart City Council is set to consider its first on-road separated cycleway in a community proposal to install an uphill separated lane on Elizabeth Street between Melville and Warwick streets.
fremantle bike plan

Freo bike plan to double commuter trips

The new Fremantle bike plan is designed to encourage more people to ride bikes in the area, and is out for public comment until July 1 2019. Have your say.

Changes to Nepean Highway at Carrum

Due to construction work by the Level Crossings Removal Authority at Carrum there will be a series of changes to the road alignment in the coming month.