Tasmanian Labor has called on the government to fast-track funding for the coastal pathway.
The City of Wollongong have released exciting new plans to create a more bike friendly city, with the Draft Wollongong Cycling Strategy 2030 out now for feedback.
A section of the M80 Trail along the Ring Road at Thomastown will be detoured though quiet local streets from next Monday.
The Republic of Ireland have committed a whopping €360 million annually (over AU$586 million) to cycling and walking schemes for the next five years.
Rockhampton Regional Council has been offered almost $1.5 million to put towards new bike and pedestrian pathways as part of the COVID-19 recovery scheme.
It's been a big week for bikes in Brisbane, with the City Council announcing funding for bike projects in its budget and confirming pop-up bike lanes.
Transport officials are finalising plans for cycle ramps at the northern and southern ends of the Sydney Harbour Bridge more than two years after community opposition sidelined the project.
A new one kilometre greenlink pathway opened in Slacks Creek, Queensland this week, offering a new and exciting healthy space to the community.
The Ararat MTB trails will be the State Government first bike tourism project aimed at helping regional Victoria recover from the impact of COVID-19.
As our national and state governments are taking their first, fearful steps toward getting Australians back to workplaces, they seem to be forgetting about bikes.
Brisbane City Council and the Queensland state government have formed an advisory committee to address missing links between the city’s bikeways.
The Tasmanian Government has released a draft master plan for a major new residential development in Huntingfield in the state’s south and is calling for public feedback, including on active transport connections, before 26 June.
Riders should be alert to construction activities along the trail starting next week and continuing until late September.
Adelaide Hills riders can get excited about two new bike trails endorsed by Mount Barker District Council earlier this month.
With public consultation complete, a business case will now be developed for the Kangaroo Point bike bridge, with state government committing $1.6m to the plan.
Melbourne could be the first city to seize the coronavirus crisis as a once in a generation opportunity to re-craft streets for active travel.
Residents of Sydney’s Inner West will soon enjoy three new cycleways and paths as part of state government funding to revitalize open spaces along the Parramatta Road corridor.
Minimum passing distance laws will be on the agenda when the Victorian parliament sits tomorrow.
With so many people out riding and walking during the COVID-19 restrictions, governments need to create more space.
Bicycle Network is asking governments to turn roads into cycleways to ease the load on busy bike paths during coronavirus restrictions.