Transport Policy & Plans



35 documents found

Gosford City Council Draft Bike Plan 2011

The plan provides strategic guidance in the delivery of a safe, well connected and comfortable cycling environment. Initiatives include recommended projects, programs and policies to encourage cycling for the next 10 years and beyond.

Fri 30th Sep 2011

Port Phillip Bike Plan 2011-2020

The City of Port Phillip in Victoria adopted their Bike Plan 2011-2020 in August 2011. The plan was adopted at the same time as a Sustainable Transport Strategy and Walk Plan. 

Fri 30th Sep 2011

Queensland Cycle Strategy 2011-2021

The Queensland Cycle Strategy 2011-2021, sets the direction for cycling to achieve this vision and get more people on bikes for school, work, leisure and shopping trips. 

Thu 22nd Sep 2011

National Road Safety Strategy 2011-2020

The strategy is based on Safe System principles and is framed by the guiding vision that no person should be killed or seriously injured on Australia's roads. As a step towards this long-term vision, the strategy presents a 10-year plan to reduce the annual numbers of both deaths and serious injuries on Australian roads by at least 30 per cent.

Thu 7th Jul 2011

Our Cities, Our Future - A National Urban Policy

In May 2011, the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport released Our Cities, Our Future. The National Urban Policy clearly identifies that active travel and public transport are key factors in improving the productivity, sustainability and liveability of Australian cities.

Wed 22nd Jun 2011

NSW Bike Plan 2010

The NSW BikePlan was released in May 2010 by the NSW Government. The plan set out the actions to promote cycling that were to be led or assisted by the NSW Government.

Fri 29th Apr 2011

The National Cycling Strategy 2011-16

The National Cycling Strategy 2011-16 aims to double the number of people cycling in Australia. The strategy was approved by Australian Transport Ministers and builds on the National Cycling Strategy 2005-10.

Fri 29th Apr 2011

Tasmanian Walking and Cycling for Active Transport Strategy

The Tasmanian Walking and Cycling for Active Transport Strategy aims to create a safe, accessible and well connected transport system that encourages more people to walk and cycle as part of their everyday journeys.

Fri 29th Apr 2011

An Australian Vision for Active Transport

This report, prepared by the Australia Local Government Association, Bus Industry Confederation, Cycling Promotion Fund, National Heart Foundation of Australia and International Association of Public Transport, calls on the Australian Government to make a major commitment to driving active transport in Australia.

Thu 28th Oct 2010

Sustainable Transport Strategy

The Hobart City Council's Sustainable Transport Strategy 2009 – 2014 proposes extensive bus ways, a connected high quality bicycle network, projects to assist commuters from rural and satellite areas to car pool and programs to assist individuals to understand the travel choices available to them. 

Tue 26th Oct 2010