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Changing lanes on Princes Bridge

Security upgrades to the Princes Bridge at the beginning of St Kilda Road will see the southbound bike lane relocated to the road.
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Swan Street Bridge reopens, again

The shared path under the Swan Street Bridge has reopened after alterations were made to the bungled design presented to riders earlier this year.

Metro investigating Derwent ferries

The Tasmanian Government has tasked Metro Tasmania with conducting a study into the feasibility of a ferry service between Bellerive and Hobart, and you can make a comment online before 9 October 2018.
30km/h speed zone in Yarra

30km/h speed trial now active

The 30km/h speed limit trial in the Yarra council area is now underway, with the new speed limits being enforced since 21 September.
Plenty Road Detour

Avoid Plenty Road work zone

The Plenty Road upgrade work zone through Mill Park is to be avoided by riders. It is a construction site with no bike lanes changed operating conditions.
Mernda Trail

Mernda Trail a vital link

The completion of the Mernda rail line has focused attention on the new trail that will link bike riders from South Morang to Mernda & stations long the way
Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road not so great

Sections of the Great Ocean Road will not be so great for riders over the next couple of months as Regional Roads Victoria ramps up repair work for holidays
Haymarket Roundabout

Pelham demolition needs caution

Major demolition activity begins this week at the old City Ford site at Haymarket Roundabout, with increased truck traffic in the area until mid-December
Federation Trail

Federation Trail now a dry zone

The Federation Trail in Laverton North is passable after being underwater since June. Pumps removed the water, the path was swept & route has been re-opened
TAC legal loop

Rory’s Law passed in parliament

TAC coverage has been officially extended for bike riders involved in crashes with stationary vehicles in Victoria after parliament passed reforms.
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Suburban road concepts disappoint

The first concepts for the design of a swarth of suburban road upgrades in Melbourne’s north and south are starting to emerge, and they are deflating.