A green wave for bike riders on Albert Street in East Melbourne will be made permanent after a trial by City of Melbourne found it reduced travel times by almost one minute.
Preliminary designs have been done to improve the Upfield path in the Bell-Moreland precinct, and there is opportunity for the public to provide feedback.
Glen Eira is the latest municipality to launch a major re-think on the transport challenges facing Melbourne as the metropolis crests the 5 million people mark.
MP for Brunswick Tim Read has redoubled his support for major changes on Sydney Road to improve amenity for all users of the struggling street.
A large drop in motorist traffic in Sydney has created an opportunity to fix one of the many missing links in the CBD.
Business owners in Bondi Junction aren’t backing down from opposing the construction of a new cycleway, with the group now mounting legal bid to stop the project.
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.
The Ballarat bike path saga continues, with new designs for a cycleway down Sturt Street remaining a topic of hot debate.
The Bell-Moreland level crossing project will deliver a new, broad and dedicated 2.5 km bike trail along the Upfield line in Coburg and Brunswick.
The City of Glen Eira has introduced Dandenong Road and Alma Road as potentially part of the solution for a major east-west bike corridor from Caulfield to St Kilda.
South Gippsland has launched a mapping exercise to identify the good and the bad aspects of bike routes across the shire, and they want your input.
The main Yarra Trail underpass at the Swan Street Bridge will get some safety tweaks next month, requiring a temporary closure from Monday 2 September.
Two new Hobart projects are good first steps in joining up the city’s bicycle network and are set to be voted on by the city council in coming weeks.
A new bike store in Launceston, a fourth go around at the Paris Brest, changes to Greater Hobart Bill & more parking in Devonport.
The East Brunswick shimmy route should be more popular with riders soon when the street is closed to motor traffic at the northern extent at Albert Street.
Riders may notice some service vehicles in proximity to the Federation Trail near Werribee soon.
There are places in Melbourne that you should be able to ride a bike, but are not allowed. Help us fix these sticking points.
Bicycle Network is working with there Colac primary schools and the local council to launch a new initiative to increase physical activity and reduce traffic congestion.
The Legislative Council has delivered its final report into the North East Rail Trail giving the state government’s compromise solution the thumbs up but trail opponents have vowed to fight on.
Adelaide's Frome Street bikeway was redesigned along with the rest of the streetscape to achieve an outcome that suited all stakeholders.