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Victorian Principal Bicycle Network

The Victorian Principal Bicycle Network (PBN) makes use of many local roads and off-road paths, as well as State arterial roads. New bicycle facilities on the PBN are designed with the principle of increasing separation between cyclists and motorists, and giving priority to cyclists at key intersections. 


Tue 9th Oct 2012

Walking, Riding and Access to Public Transport: draft report for discussion

The draft report explores how the Australian Government can work with other governments, business and the community to encourage and support walking and riding as part of the transport systems in Australia's cities and towns. The Department of Infrastructure and Transport is seeking feedback on the report which will guide the Department's policy development process. Submissions are open until 5pm, 31 January 2013.


Tue 9th Oct 2012

Connected and Safe: An overview of the Territory’s major cycle path networks

This document provides an overview of the Northern Territory’s major cycle path networks and outlines future plans for enhancing the network.


Wed 19th Sep 2012

Shared Zones

These documents aim to assist road safety practitioners in the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) and in local councils to assess, design and implement Shared Zone schemes on NSW roads.


Wed 15th Aug 2012

Cycle Plan 2029

The plan proposes to make Perth a cycle-friendly city through development of a strategic cycle network which includes key north-south and east-west cycle routes.


Mon 6th Aug 2012

Transport for a Sustainable City

This strategy provides the foundation for Canberra's transport planning for the next 20 years. It updates and replaces the 2004 Sustainable Transport Plan and will sit alongside an updated and refreshed Canberra Spatial Plan, now known as the ACT Planning Strategy.


Sun 5th Aug 2012

San Diego Bicycle Masterplan

The policies in the Bicycle Master Plan address all issues related to San Diego's bikeways such as planning, community involvement, utilization of existing resources, facility design, safety and education, funding and more.


Thu 31st May 2012

South East Queensland Active Trails Strategy

The South East Queensland Active Trails Strategy was published in 2007. The strategy aims to inform and guide future investment in recreation trail planning, development and management.


Tue 22nd May 2012

Connecting our City; Transport Strategies and Actions

In March 2012 the City of Sydney released a framework for action to improve transport and access in the City. The report provides detailed transport statistics.


Thu 19th Apr 2012

Adelaide Bicycle Action Plan 2011-13

Adelaide City Council's Bicycle Action Plan 2011-13 is an interim plan to ensure that the Council’s and State Government’s investments in cycling in the city are maintained prior to the completion of a new Integrated Movement Strategy for the City of Adelaide.


Wed 4th Apr 2012