Update: The NSW State Government has said that it will no longer pursue the mandatory ID laws for bike riders that were scheduled to come into force on 1 March 2017. Find out more below and see the history of our campaign.
Bicycle NSW is campaigning strongly against the NSW Governments proposed mandatory Photo ID and massive fine increases. These measures will be a big disincentive to bicycle riding. See our newsletters and correspondence below which provide further details.
- A Win for Cyclists – Bicycle NSW successfully advocates for changes to proposed ID laws
- Compulsory Photo Identification for Bike Riders – Fact Sheet
- Bicycle NSW – Working With Government To Achieve Positive Outcomes
- Media Release – NSW Nanny State Bike Laws – A Cost Too High For Cyclist Safety
- Photo ID – creating a problem where none exists.
- Bicycle Fines – More Education, less Big Stick.
- Government Response to Your Letters – Inaccurate
- Letter from Jodi McKay (Labor Shadow Minister for Roads, Maritime & Freight)
- Bicycle Queensland supports us
- 24/07/2015: Advocacy update: College St demolition starts Sunday, minimum passing distance, carrying of ID & revision of fines