Bicycle Network team members will be on St Kilda Road on Friday morning to chat with riders about how we can get separated bike lanes built.
The RACV has shown its biggest commitment yet to advancing bike riding in Melbourne by recommending improvements to a number of priority bike routes.
Would you like your bike trip to the train to be easier? Transport for Victoria and Public Transport Victoria want to hear your thoughts.
Trucks will be banned from driving on Beach Road between Port Melbourne and Mordialloc all day, everyday from the end of this month.
There’s a new cycleway into town thanks to the Macquarie Point Development Corporation, which has opened a shared path through its site.
Metro Tunnel construction works in Melbourne are ramping up. With that will come extra truck traffic, but plans are place to reduce risks to riders.
The dream of a completed trail along the Kororoit Creek has moved another step closer with news that design work for the final stage will get underway.
A long and winding detour around Sydney's M2 Cycleway that has been in place since 2016 because of NorthConnex works has been extended until 2020.
Sunrise's Samantha Armytage is wrong. We need to show her just how many people ride bikes on the City of Sydney's cycleways.
NSW Labor has announced that if elected in March, they will commit $7 million to make it easier for more children to ride to school.
Police on bicycles have proved yet again just how efficient they are at snaring distracted, selfish drivers.
We are calling on those who are passionate about riding bikes to write a letter to the Premier expressing what you'd like to see done for bikes in in 2019.
We are calling on those who are passionate about riding bikes to write a letter to Premier Andrews telling him what you'd like to see done for bikes in Victoria.
Bicycle Network team members visited St Kilda Road on Friday 15 February to chat with riders about how we can get separated bike lanes built. Daniel Andrews made a promise before the 2018 Victorian election that if re-elected, Labor would build new bike lanes down the middle of St Kilda Road, separated from cars and […]
A new 3 metre wide shared path running between Snug and Margate has been officially opened, with locals already embracing the easy link between the two towns.
Bicycle Network is calling for the introduction of a special police unit to enforce the safe passing of people who ride bikes on the road.
The Pascoe Vale Road sewer relining project gets underway soon and may have some impact on riders in the Pascoe Vale and Strathmore areas from early next year.
Bicycle Network has made a submission to the Tasmanian Government’s budget process, calling for a $32 million bicycle infrastructure fund to build safer cycleways.
Bicycle riders in Hobart have had two small wins with the lengthening of the green bicycle signal at Evans Street and the relocation of a pole on the Channel Highway in Taroona.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments are reviewing the three highways bordering Hobart’s Queens Domain to come up with a plan to improve transport through the area, including cycling and walking.