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Remarkable Turnaround for Symbolic College Street Bike Path

Five years ago, one of the most heavily used protected bicycle paths in Australia that had been built at a cost of...

What Should the 2020 Queensland State Election Mean for Micromobility?

Now that the votes have been counted and the Palaszczuk Labor Government has been re-elected with an increased...

A Metre Finally Matters in Victoria Too!

After years of lagging behind the rest of Australia, on 7th October 2020 the Victorian government has finally announced that it pass safe passing...

Brisbane CBD To Install Separated Bike Lane Trial Immediately

Over the past decade the Brisbane City Council has spent more money on cycling infrastructure than possibly any other local government in Australia. But this...

Greater Manchester Announces $153 Million Cycling Project

Greater Manchester is the third largest urban area in the UK with approximately 2.8 million residents. It is also the home of former champion...

City of Geneva to Subsidise ‘Soft Mobility’

The city of Geneva in Switzerland is the nation’s second most populous city with 1.26 million in its greater urban area. It’s best known...

Perth City Deal Totals $105 million For Sustainable Transport

On 20th September 2020 the Perth City Deal was announced, allocating $105 million towards 15 projects that were recently highlighted in the Perth Greater...

City of Sydney Pushing For Lower Speed Limits

Motorists could be forced to slow down to 40km/h when driving throughout the City of Sydney, as the NSW government works with...

$50 Million Walking and Cycling Bridge Announced for Swan River, Perth

The Causeway across the Swan River is the main entrance to Perth’s CBD from the eastern suburbs. As well as being packed...

Stage Two of Pop-up Cycleways and More Infrastructure Funding Announced for NSW

Stage Two of Pop-up Cycleways and More Infrastructure Funding Announced for NSW Following the initial six pop up cycleways...

Paris 2020 Election Results Herald a Major Boost for Micromobility

Unlike most Australian cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, where the City Council area only covers a small, central city...

What Will Boris Johnson’s Historic UK Announcements Mean for Micromobility?

On Tuesday 28th July 2020, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson made his much anticipated announcement giving details about his government’s ambitious plans...

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