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East Gippsland Rail Trail

The East Gippsland Rail Trail is a high quality off-road recreational facility which connects many of the towns in East Gippsland Shire.


Bairnsdale to Paynesville Trail

The Bairnsdale to Paynesville shared pathway provides improved recreational and social benefits to the local community and visitors to the region.


Shared Path on St Georges Rd, Melbourne.

This shared path connects cyclists from the north of Melbourne CBD to Melbourne's northern suburbs. It also acts as a major pedestrian link to nearby public transport routes.


Bicycle-Activated Electronic Warning Sign

The Waimea River Bridge in Appleby is a key arterial connection between Richmond, Brightwater and local destinations and is commonly used by bicycle commuters.


Shared Path to Howard Springs in Darwin

The Howard Springs shared path runs north to south, from Darwin's coastal suburbs through Howard Springs. It is part of a 28km continuous separated path from Darwin to Howard Springs.


Shared Path Slow Point and Crossing

This treatment aims to slow bicycle users as they pass through a pedestrian crossing point on the City West shared path which is an off-road connection for cyclists in western Perth suburbs. 


Left Turn Slip Lane for Bicycle Users

This left turn slip lane is located on Mount Coot-tha which is a common bike route for recreational cyclists, training cyclists and commuter cyclists passing along Scenic Drive and Mount Coot-tha Road.


Path Delineation Treatments

The Bicentennial Bikeway is a main community link between western Brisbane and the CBD. It spans from Toowong to the Botanical Gardens and is the busiest Brisbane cycleway.


Bicycle Awareness Zones on Highway Bridges

The Bicycle Awareness Zones provide a reduction in the risks faced by bicycle users using the David Low Bridge and Eudlo Creek Bridge on the Sunshine Coast.


Bicycle-Only Access at Signalised Intersection

The signalised intersection of Mowbray Rd and Devonshire St, Chatswood provides a bicycle-only access through to the South side of Devonshire St and to a bicycle route through low-volume streets.