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Cycling Survey of Australian Local Governments 2007

In 2007 the Australian Bicycle Council and Australia Local Government Association (ALGA) worked together to survey Australian local government authorities on cycling. This report provides an overview of the results.


Tue 21st Sep 2010

Balancing the needs of cyclists and motorists

This report highlights common points of conflict between the needs of cyclists and motorists. It provides recommendations on road designs to minimise these points of conflict by offering a balance between the needs of both road users.


Tue 21st Sep 2010

The effectiveness of community-based cycling promotion

The Cycling Connecting Communities project was evaluated by a pre- and post-project telephone survey of residents in the Liverpool and Fairfield areas, as well as a demographically similar comparison area nearby. Bike counters at strategic locations on major cycle paths will monitor use of these cycle paths.


Mon 20th Sep 2010

Cycling Education and Training (Europe)

This paper outlining key facets of bicycle education for children and adults in Europe.


Thu 16th Sep 2010

Best Practice in Adult-Cycling Proficiency Training

The intent of the project was to determine best-practice in adult cycling proficiency training (CPT) programs and make recommendations for the development of a community-based CPT program for adults (and an associated train-the-trainer program) to enable and encourage adults to ride bicycles for transport, recreation and tourism.


Thu 16th Sep 2010

School transport management: encouraging alternatives to driving to school

This page, from the Transport Demand Management encyclopaedia created by the Transport Policy Institute in the Canadian city of Victoria, encourages parents, students and staff to reduce automobile trips and use alternative modes when travelling to and from schools.


Thu 16th Sep 2010