Should roads popular with cyclists be finished with spray seal or asphalt?
The old wooden bridge on the Darebin Creek Trail at Dundas and Banksia Streets will soon be history as work starts soon on a new much wider structure.
The rail corridor through Ascot Vale and Flemington has long had potential as an attractive bike route, and it is now closer to being realised.
As work ramps up on the Plenty Road duplication, bike route detours are now in place through Bundoora.
The new $375 million Mordialloc Freeway announced this week will include an off-road bike trail along the 9km length of the project.
VicRoads has revealed plans for safety improvements on Kew Boulevard, a very popular road riding circuit close to Melbourne's CBD.
One of Melbourne's best recreational assets – The Bay Trail – is at risk of becoming the victim of political vote-grabbing in an election year.
The top end of Glenorchy’s Tolosa Street has become increasingly busy with the success of the Glenorchy Mountain Bike Park, Tolosa Park criterium cycling circuit and mountain bike trails in Wellington Park.
Tasmania’s first protected bicycle lane in Glenorchy’s city centre may be short but it will provide an example of the type of infrastructure Tasmania needs to get more people riding.
Melbourne is poised to amplify its liveability and affluence by increasing its allure to pedestrians and bike riders.