This Sunday, volunteers will set out across shared paths and trails as part of Australia’s biggest recreational count, Bicycle Network’s Super Sunday.
Bikes are to be banned from George Street, one of Sydney’s key bike commuter routes.
Hobart City Council has announced $6.8 million set aside in the capital works budget to re-start the Battery Point Walkway project.
The frequently overcrowded section of the Bay Trail outside the entrance to the Middle Brighton Baths is set for a makeover that will separate bikes from pedestrians.
The trail along the lower Merri Creek has been replaced with a much superior pathway.
Now that pipes are in the ground along St Georges Road, work has ramped up on finishing the new pathway and reinstating the landscaping along the boulevard.
All Australians are encouraged to get on their bikes and go to work the healthy way for National Ride2Work Day tomorrow, Wednesday 18 October. The annual event is celebrated nationwide with free community breakfasts to encourage commuters to ditch their cars and embrace pedal power. Bicycle Network spokesperson Anthea Hargreaves says riding to work is […]
Melbourne’s inner councils have struck a memorandum of understanding with operators of dockless bike share scheme, oBike.
City of Melbourne’s transport chair Nic Frances Gilley has outlined his ideas to refresh Melbourne’s transport strategy and reduce cars.
What does the City of Sydney need to make it easier for everyone to ride a bike now and over the next 10 years?