On 15 September the City of Sydney’s (CoS) Traffic Committee unanimously approved the proposal to introduce peak hour clearways [“No Stopping” zones] on several of the city’s main roads. The details of the proposal – including a map – can be viewed here. [Note that the map’s highlighting of the affected area of Park St is incorrect. […]
The plans for the proposed Cruise Passenger Terminal at White Bay fail to connect with public transport and fail to address the needs of pedestrians and cyclists. In December 2008 the NSW Government decided to permanently relocate the Darling Harbour No. 8 Cruise Passenger Terminal to facilitate and enhance the Barangaroo redevelopment project. In November 2009, its […]
Elaena Gardner and David Borella gave evidence at the NSW Staysafe Inquiry into Vulnerable Road Users on Tuesday 12 October. We had an opportunity to make an opening statement. This is what we said. BIKESydney represents the interests of people who ride bicycles for transport in the City of Sydney. We want to live in […]
Bike riders coming from the Inner West or the North Shore to the CBD can now enjoy a safer journey with the opening of City of Sydney’s first completed cycleway route. Clover Moore officially launched the route connecting the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Anzac Bridge at the National Ride to Work Day breakfast in Hyde Park on […]
More than 50 people gathered for the BIKESydney BrainsTrust Q+A on July 22. The robust discussion about what causes vulnerability on our roads for cyclists will continue as we prepare our submission to the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into vulnerable road users.
BIKESydney’s response to the NSW Staysafe (Joint Standing Committee on Road Safety) inquiry into vulnerable road users was submitted 9 August. The rules of the inquiry mean that we can’t make our submission public without the say of the Staysafe Committee. We’ll post the full report online once we have the go-ahead. That will probably be […]