Bike riders keen to regain full access to one of Melbourne's key commuter routes, the Main Yarra Trail, are set to endure further delays.
Bayside locals will use the 2018 state election as a platform to push for a 24-hour truck ban along Beach Road and Beaconsfield Parade.
Mountain biking has helped transform Tasmania’sMountain biking has helped transform Tasmania’s North-East and looms large in the latest Destination Action Plan for the region, however there is a cloud over the North-East Rail Trail. North-East. So, it’s hardly surprising it looms large in the latest Destination Action Plan for the region.
The Tasmanian Government has established a $6m Cycle Tourism Fund as part of its drive to make the state Australia’s premier cycling destination.
Bike riders will benefit from a rebuilding of Richmond Road between Cambridge and Richmond in southern Tasmania that will begin next year.
The latest report into solving Melbourne’s and Sydney’s traffic woes emphasises the need for congestion charging over building more roads.
New minimum passing distance laws (MPDL) came into force in Tasmania today. Bike riders must now be passed at a minimum of one metre.
One of Darwin’s key boulevards is set to be transformed into a vibrant place for people with the addition of an on-road, separated bike path.
The cycle-friendly upgrades for the Sydney Harbour Bridge takes step forward with community consultation announced for November 2017.
Tasmania’s proposed minimum passing distance law was the subject of a valuable workshop held by the Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (RACT) recently.