Impressions of Auckland – What Can Australian Cities Learn?

Auckland’s skyline from the Auckland War Memorial Museum

Auckland, New Zealand Here at the Micromobility Report, we like to report extensively about what is happening in New Zealand. This is not only because our target audience is both Australia and NZ but because in many ways, NZ has been more progressive than Australia when it comes to various forms of micromobility regulation and…

Two Significant Projects Progress in Brisbane and Launceston

Part of the new North Brisbane Bikeway

Launceston, Tasmania and Brisbane, Queensland University of Tasmania’s new Inveresk campus development reached an important milestone on 24th September with the official opening of the North Esk River pedestrian and cycle bridge. The new $5 million North Esk River pedestrian and cycle bridge is a key community asset that provides a vital link between the…

Newcastle’s New Cycleways

Newcastle cycleway opening

Newcastle, located 162 kilometres north of Sydney is the second largest city in NSW and was one of the first Australian cities to establish a bike advocacy group and develop an official, Council endorsed Bike Plan.

Community Cans Proposed Bike Path

Castle Cove proposed bike path

A new bike path planned between Castle Cove and Chatswood has been rejected by the community, with residents and motorists clutching to their carparks and high speeds.