When the elevated rail tracks are under construction for the level crossing removals on the Upfield line in Brunswick and Coburg, where will the bikes go?
The Legislative Council has delivered its final report into the North East Rail Trail giving the state government’s compromise solution the thumbs up but trail opponents have vowed to fight on.
Adelaide's Frome Street bikeway was redesigned along with the rest of the streetscape to achieve an outcome that suited all stakeholders.
The mountain bike park at Forrest could be linked to the coast at Lorne and Wye River.
A new Australian study challenges sport as a primary government strategy to increase youth physical activity levels, suggesting a greater focus on active living.
A review of regional tourism in Victoria has found that only 36 cents of the tourism dollar gets spent in regional Victoria. More people on bikes might help with that.
The state government has released its plans for traffic flow upgrades through Invermay, specifically intersections on Goderich and Gleadow streets and Forster and Holbrook streets.
The Palaszczuk Government has announced $6.7m for the next stage of upgrades to the popular Mooloolaba to Maroochydore Cycleway, along the Alexandra Headland.
VicRoads is opening the floor to people who ride this week with information sessions in Brunswick and Coburg about the Sydney Road Improvement Project.
The Northern Territory is set to join the rest of Australia with plans to introduce minimum passing distance laws, leaving Victoria as the only state or territory without them.
The Tasmanian Government has made close to $800 million in promises for new and upgraded roads for the state over five years, and we’re keeping a close eye on which ones will include bicycle infrastructure.
A large survey of Queenslanders has concluded that two-thirds of the population never ride a bike, with a lack of decent riding facilities one of the reasons to blame.
VicRoads has re-started its project to reconfigure car-choked Sydney Road, with concepts opened for public feedback until Sunday 14 July.
Described as FNQ's most important tourism project, the Wangetti Trail mountain bike and hiking path from Palm Cove to Port Douglas has been guaranteed funding.
The state government has set aside $14 million to implement pedestrian and cycling improvements to the Tasman Bridge in the coming three years.
Despite a record infrastructure spend of $93 billion over the next four years, the latest NSW Budget is decidedly light when it comes to any detail on active transport commitments.
Due to construction work by the Level Crossings Removal Authority at Carrum there will be a series of changes to the road alignment in the coming month.
The infamous steps on the Main Yarra Trail at Chandler Highway are gone for good, replaced by a magnificent swooping ramp.
In an effort to drastically reduce the road toll, speed limits across WA could be slashed by up to 10km/ following a progressive proposal by the state’s Road Safety Council.
Tasmania’s cycling positive provisioning policy is good in theory but has been let down by recent upgrades which have made roads more dangerous for riders.