The City of Sydney’s head of Cycling Strategy, Fiona Campbell, was a big hit at the recent Bike Futures seminar, showing how separated cycleways could be retrofitted into old city streets.
A ride from Forth and valet parking at the football in Hobart are two fine cycling options this Sunday 29 July.
Hobart has started building a new shared path bridge over the Brooker Highway and called for public comment on its draft Transport Strategy.
Our recent Bike Futures seminar looked at the opportunities and challenges for installing a separated bicycle lane on Campbell Street in Hobart.
A driver involved in the crash that killed Jason Lowndes has been charged by Victoria Police.
Bicycle Network brought together bike advocates and stakeholders from across Sydney to discuss issues and concerns arising from major construction works.
Despite already being embarrassed once this year by bike-shaming advertisements, the WA Government has doubled down with a confusing reboot.
The massive Swan Street Bridge widening project has inexplicably failed to fix the sub-standard underpasses at the Yarra River.
The City of Port Phillip has signalled a major upgrade to it bike riding network, with eleven bike corridors to be completed in the next 10 years.
The long-awaited rail trail from Daylesford to Woodend, and then to Hanging Rock, is back on the agenda, but still needs some support.
The environment along the Moonee Ponds Creek trail could be developed into a first class linear park, according to an investigation.
Sharing the Road was the theme at the RMS Western Region Bike Forum this year. NSW Public Affairs Manager, Bastien Wallace presented ‘Beyond the Big Smoke’, highlighting the pot-holes and pitfalls of road sharing for people riding bikes, and the opportunities created when communities become more bike friendly. This followed on from hearing of the […]
VicRoads has launched a campaign to improve motorist behaviour at intersections with bike boxes.
With a goal of 10% of all trips into the city to be by bike, the City of Sydney is looking at creative ways to get cycleways built.
Public bike share is here to stay, despite a major player pulling out of Melbourne in the past month.
Hardly a day goes by without a politician launching a costly new plan to fix traffic congestion and boost the economy. Makes sense, right? Wrong.
Australian capital cities have been put to shame by Manchester’s plan to spend $890 million on bike infrastructure, and that’s just the start.
The Tour de France 2018 is the 105th edition of the world's most famous bike race and is set to be a particularly memorable edition. Here's a race preview.
Last week, Bicycle Network attended the third Sydney Councils Active Travel forum and learnt about Vancouver's shift towards active transport.
For the first time in the event's history, Bicycle Network is running a 300km ride option in the United Energy Around the Bay.