Local government

Bikes to beat bulge in the West

Bikes to beat bulge in the West

Melbourne’s western suburbs are planning to use bikes to tackle some of the lowest physical activity rates in Victoria, and the associated health issues.
Darebin Bridge

At last! Darebin Bridge opens

After one of the most controversial, protracted, and hard fought campaigns in the history of Melbourne’s bike riding community, the Darebin Bridge is ready.

Because Tasmanians’ health is riding on it

Although the Premier Daniel Andrews has preemptively killed off plans for one of Ballarat’s strategic cycling corridors, there is a strong chance it will be resurrected in modified form. Ballarat is due for major investment in at least two major cycling projects, and plans were out for public consultation at the time of the Premier’s […]
Artists impression Plenty Road

Plenty Road bike lanes roll out

Work is starting soon on a major upgrade of Plenty Road that will improve the off-road path as well as providing space for roadies on the arterial itself.
Main Yarra Trail drain project

More Yarra Trail delays

The evolving Swan St Bridge project is introducing further changes to detour arrangements for riders on the Main Yarra Trail.
NSW_Wagga Wagga Bicycle Network

Wagga Wagga set to ride

People in Wagga Wagga are set to benefit from 45 kilmotres of new bike trails before the end of 2019 thanks to funding from the NSW Government.