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City Centre Cycleways could get people moving

The Tasmanian Bicycle Council thinks the lack of cycleways in Hobart’s city centre is holding back people who would like to use a bike to get to work, education, services and shops.

Legislative Council elections in May

Tasmanian Legislative Council elections on 5 May are likely to get drowned out by federal election campaigns, but there are three seats up this year and all of them are in areas popular for bike riding.
movement and place

New system to fix road planning conflicts

A fresh approach to transport planning in Victoria could result in better connected roads and public transport and a compelling mesh of easy-to-ride bike routes.

Timely re-think on school boundaries

A review of how school zone boundaries are set is underway, and Bicycle Network would like to see the opportunity for active travel to school taken in to consideration.
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Warming up for Active April

The Premier's Active April encourages Victorians to 30 mins of exercise per day during April, and National Ride2School Day on March 22 is the perfect warm up!

Parliamentary inquiry sits on NE Rail Trail

Hobart could be a great city to ride a bicycle.  It’s compact and not too steep apart from some streets and suburbs which could be accessed easily by electric bikes. The Tasmanian Bicycle Council thinks the lack of cycleways in Hobart’s city centre is holding back people who would like to use a bike to [...]
NSW Future Transport Strategy

NSW Labor commits millions for bikes

Labor have committed to spend $412 million on infrastructure that makes it easier to ride and walk if the party wins the NSW State Election next month.

How do you ride to the station?

Would you like your bike trip to the train to be easier? Transport for Victoria and Public Transport Victoria want to hear your thoughts.