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Radical plan to turn Sydney Rd into a bike way

Radical council plan to turn Sydney Road into a bike way By Kate Lahey The Age August 22, 2008 Melbourne’s traffic-clogged Sydney Road would have segregated bike lanes to give cyclists a five kilometre path each way under a transport plan commissioned by Moreland Council. Their draft Integrated Transport Strategy for 2009-18 calls for an investigation into Copenhagen-style bike lanes between Gaffney Street in North Coburg and Park Street at...

Read more... | Published: 25/08/08

New Bikepaths Site

A new look and feel For some time the bikepaths team has been working on a complete site upgrade and makover, and we are excited to finally bring this to you! Progressively we will be adding more and more functionality to the site, to improve your experience and enhance your bikepaths discovery! The bikepaths team

Read more... | Published: 12/08/08

Copenhagen style bikelanes for Melbourne

BIKE lanes of the "Copenhagen style" will be introduced in East Melbourne's busy Albert Street. The Melbourne City Council has issued a planning permit for the lanes, which will be similar to those already in Swanston Street, Carlton, and will separate cyclists and other traffic with a 30-centimetre rumble strip and parking lane. Lord Mayor John So said lanes would improve access to the city's cycling network. "These new dedicated...

Read more... | Published: 07/07/08

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