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Moreland strategy

Moreland earmarks mighty progress

The City of Moreland has released its draft Integrated Transport Strategy, and it is a progressive and exciting plan that gives good priority to bike riding.

Sydney surges ahead with separation

The City of Sydney’s head of Cycling Strategy, Fiona Campbell, was a big hit at the recent Bike Futures seminar, showing how separated cycleways could be retrofitted into old city streets.
Port Phillip

Port Phillip to boost bike network

The City of Port Phillip has signalled a major upgrade to it bike riding network, with eleven bike corridors to be completed in the next 10 years.

Beach Road works on the move

One rare highlight in a lacklustre Victorian Budget for bikes was the announcement of the extension of the Upfield Trail as far as the Ring Road. For years the Trail has fallen maddeningly short of the obvious link to the M80 Trail along the Ring Road. But now riders will be able to travel from […]

Hobart moves on transport strategy

The City of Hobart has released its draft transport strategy, with the next meeting of council to decide whether it should be open to public feedback.

On track for separate bike paths in Hobart

This week in Hobart, local and state government engineers and planners, transport researchers and public health advocates are getting together to talk about how Tasmania could adopt separated cycleways.
Yarra Heidelberg and Bulleen

Help plan Yarra improvements

Bike riders in the Heidelberg and Yarra Flats area are being sought for a focus group next week to give feedback on bike bike network improvements.
car decline Melbourne

Car decline to speed up

Motor vehicle trips into central Melbourne have plunged 27 per cent in the last 10 years, and must continue to decline if the city is to grow and thrive.