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

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

Following the initial six pop up cycleways that were quickly built within the City of Sydney local government area, Transport for NSW has just announced stage two, which will cover 20 kilometres across a range of Sydney councils and a further 15 kilometres outside of Sydney.

The new routes include Petersham to Newtown, Pacific Hwy North Sydney, High Street Randwick, Todman Ave Randwick and Waverley to Woollahra.

You can see more details here.

In other NSW news, The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment have released the successful applicants of the Streets as Shared Spaces Grant Program, including some extra money for bikes across NSW. Overall more than $3 million will be divided between NSW Councils enabling them to create a better environment for bike riders within their area.

Bicycle NSW has written a very comprehensive summary of the winning projects, which you can see here.

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