Work will soon be underway on security upgrades at Southern Cross Station that may inconvenience some riders as construction progresses.
The installation of the major water main in Canning Street will enter Stage 5 next week with the detour in place at Park Street in North Carlton.
Northern Beaches Council is calling for feedback on their draft bike plan which sets out the directions and actions to help make it easier for more people to ride.
The City of Hobart is looking for your comments on the proposed City to Gardens way shared path network linking the city to the Queens Domain.
Protected bike lanes on Geelong's Malop Street look likely to remain after the state government took control from the local council.
To reduce disruptions for road users and bike riders, Melbourne plans to introduce a road occupancy charge for construction works on state managed roads.
The Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail is set to officially open this April, after decades of campaigning for more places to ride in rural New South Wales.
The City of Hobart has thrown open it’s Central Precincts Plan project to the public for their ideas and input.
Riders heading east on La Trobe Street will be detoured down Queens Street and along Little Lonsdale Street to Russell Street, for a week from this Friday 13 March.
With works continuing to progress along Canning Street for the new water main installation, detours will be modified again this week.
BikeSpot, the survey that enables riders to pinpoint the most aggravating locations along their route, is scheduled to take place again soon this year.
The City of Melbourne will soon start the upgrades to Enterprise Park on the north side of the Yarra River between Melbourne Aquarium and Queens Bridge Street.
The long-running campaign to revitalise the Sydney Road continues to roll along, with a community bike ride planned along the street this weekend.
Choked Chapel Street has long had the reputation as Melbourne’s most harrowing bike street, but tears of grief could soon turn to cries of joy.
Maribyrnong City is developing a new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan for the next 10 years. Have your say by taking an online survey.
Between 2008 and 2019 the amount of bike trips in Sydney has doubled, and during the same amount of time crashes have been cut by a third.
This week the Geelong council took a massive step backward by voting against an important urban makeover, the Green Spine along Malop Street.
The City of Melbourne has signalled a frenzy of bike infrastructure construction in response to the ongoing climate crisis.
New York City's "Barrier Beautification Program" is commissioning artwork along bike infrastructure to improve the experience and safety of riding bikes.
Bicycle Network's annual Super Tuesday commuter bike count returns next week on Tuesday 3 March to measure the nation’s growth in bike riding.