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Oft-flooded underpass for upgrade

The flood-prone underpass on one of Melbourne’s busiest bike routes may finally be in line for a much-needed fix. Your feedback on this project is vital.
inkerman road

Inkerman Street project sees daylight

blic consultation is being sought for the vital east-west bike route along Inkerman Road between St Kilda and North Caulfield. Your support is essential!

Maribyrnong Trail Sewer Works

There will be minor inconvenience for riders along the Maribyrnong Trail in Essendon West for the next four months as part of the Maribyrnong River Main upgrades
metro tunnel

Construction trucks fenced in by GPS

The Melbourne Metro Tunnel project is using innovative GPS technology to keep construction vehicles on approved roads and away from bike riders.
stony creek

Hospital-Creek connection a lifesaver

Melbourne Water is looking into revitalising the section of Stony Creek that runs along the back of Sunshine Hospital which would create a new bike route.
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An unfounded obsession with car parks

Contrary to current concerns of Bondi Junction businesses, studies show transforming car parking space to accommodate bike paths has a positive impact on retail.

Tassie bicycle news

Hobart council starts Elizabeth Street project and plans to seal Huon Road, the North West Coastal Pathway still stalled, Meehan Range set for upgrade and Freycinet shared path on the planning board.

City of Launceston plans northern suburbs’ future

The unsafe, flood-prone underpass on one of Melbourne’s busiest bike routes may finally be in line for a much-needed fix. The Gardiners Creek Trail is jammed with commuters every morning and afternoon peak, but at one location it is more cursed than appreciated. Where the trail goes under Toorak Road through an underpass, the infrastructure […]

Kororoit trail takes the next step

The dream of a completed trail along the Kororoit Creek has moved another step closer with news that design work for the final stage will get underway.
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Bone breaking bollards must go

The City of Stirling's decision to install bollards to slow down cyclists is a step in the wrong direction for safety, and should be reconsidered immediately.

Kingborough Council open to ideas

Kingborough Council in Hobart’s south is calling for ideas for what people want to see in the area to help it make decisions about infrastructure and services, including for bicycles.