The levels crossings removals planned for Moreland Road and Bell Street in Coburg will have significant implications for major bike routes in the suburb.
The Footscray Road path is usually plenty wide enough for bikes. Except, from next week along the Port a section will be unexpectedly narrow.
Ageing bridges over the Yarra that have been the bane of bike riders for years may finally be getting some attention, including at Walmer Street.
An increasing number of Victorians think they should be able to exceed speed limits, according to the latest TAC annual survey of the state’s motorists.
Recent wet weather has delayed the next round of work on the paths on the Swan Street Bridge.
Voting is now open for the Victorian Government’s Pick My Project grant scheme and more than 28 community bike projects have made the cut.
Olivia is 8 years old and is scared that some of her friends who are about to turn 12 will soon be forced to ride their bikes on the road.
Melbourne has joined other advanced global cities with a move towards lower, 30km/h urban speed limits from September this year.
Bike access to Childers Street in South Kensington will be frozen from tomorrow as work on Melbourne Metro’s tunnel moves to the first stage of construction.
Following bike rider feedback, works will begin today to improve the hazardous Swan Street underpass on Melbourne's Main Yarra Trail.
Transport for Victoria has developed concepts for major improvements to Sydney Road that include bike lanes instead of on-street car parking.
The vision for the massive redevelopment of the Arden precinct in North Melbourne shows a powerful commitment to active transport.
Local bike riders are invited to attend a public rally this Saturday 4 August calling for action to replace Abbotsford’s Walmer Street Bridge.
Research from the Road Safety Advisory Council has found that driver understanding of the 1 metre cyclist passing laws has increased over the past four years, but not of the 1.5 metre passing law.
ACT Greens are putting pressure on ACT Policing and Transport Canberra to step up community education and enforcement of minimum passing distance laws.
he Tasmanian Government has given the green light to an extension of the North East Rail Trail, from Lilydale to Scottsdale, with both houses of parliament needing to approve the move.
Children up until the age of 16 can now legally ride a bike on the footpath in NSW.
The State Government is to trial a scheme that makes builders pay fees when their work sites block traffic lanes.
Last minute negotiations could result in safety improvements to the hazardous Swan Street underpass on the Main Yarra Trail.
Pressure to increase the age of footpath riding continues in NSW thanks to help from Independent Member for Sydney Alex Greenwich.