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.
Bicycle Network would like to congratulate Daniel Andrews and the Labor party on their landslide victory yesterday’s Victorian State election.
The State Government has committed to the removal of another 25 level crossings, raising hopes that some bike trails will be upgraded as part of the project.
With warmer weather on the way and more bikes interacting with cars on our roads, VicRoads is rolling out a campaign to raise awareness around dooring.
The Town of Cottesloe seek to gain insights into community expectations of where new bike routes should be within Cottesloe. The survey period closes Dec. 5
The Victorian Greens have unfolded a $250M plan to boost bike riding, including developments in infrastructure, education, bike tourism and existing laws.
The Andrews government has pledged major expansion of the trail network in Melbourne’s north, including a commitment to complete the Plenty River Trail.
Barwon Heads Road will get a section of new shared path behind a safety barrier as part of a major upgrade to the road and railway overpass at Marshall.
The unveiling of Victoria’s new V/Line VLocity trains revealed that the revamped carriages will have even less space for bikes.
The ACT has decided to keep minimum passing distance laws, following a report that found the number of crashes has reduced during a three year trial period.
The North East Rail Trail is the subject of a new parliamentary inquiry which could delay the start of work and potentially jeopardise federal funding for the project.
Bicycle Network is working with Rail Projects Victoria to build awareness around where bike riders should position themselves around trucks.
The Victorian Coalition have promised to reboot 'Life. Be in it' Norm if they win the November state election as a way to promote active lifestyles for families.
Protected bike lanes down the centre of St Kilda Road will become a reality if the Labor Party wins the election in November.
Security upgrades to the Princes Bridge at the beginning of St Kilda Road will see the southbound bike lane relocated to the road.