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What Australia Wants For Local Communities

The Heart Foundation has released a report on what Australia wants for healthy neighbourhoods, with some interesting results. Support For Redirecting Funding To Cycling Two-thirds of people surveyed would support government initiatives that would redirect roads funding to walking or cycling infrastructure, or public transport.Similar numbers support the reduction in local street speed limits to

Physical Activity Levels During COVID-19 Lockdown

In 2019 over 90% of Australians did some form of physical activity but did the COVID-19 pandemic affect this in 2020? Increase In Physical Activity When the majority of Australia went into various stages of lockdown, there was actually an increase in people being physically active from 33% in March to 42% in April. The

Another Successful Biketober

Biketober was back this October and it was the most successful year yet!   4,224 participants from 567 organisations rode 946,153 km. Importantly Biketober also shows the riders that they saved 24,130 kg in CO2. What an achievement!  Biketober is a great way for businesses to encourage their staff to ride bikes for transport, health and

Changing Times For People Riding Bikes

Across NSW the riding environment is evolving, and we’re encouraging all road users to change with it. More People Riding The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly increased the demand for safe places to walk and cycle, and saw more people ride for transport, leisure and exercise.  This included families, children and people who haven’t felt safe to

15,000 Trips Weekly For Sydney’s Pop-Ups

Over 10km of pop-up bike lanes have been delivered around Sydney’s CBD in a partnership between Transport for NSW and the City of Sydney. Sydney’s Pop-Up Cycleways A key public health measure, COVID-19 pop-up cycleways are designed to make it easier and safer to ride.  Transport for NSW has been implementing changes across the State’s

Shared Path to ANSTO is Open

Based in Lucas Heights, Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) now has a new 1.2km shared path which connects ANSTO to the neighbouring suburb of Barden Ridge and onwards to the Sutherland Shire Cycling Network.   The new shared path is a great addition for ANSTO staff and local residents. With 53 staff members

Women’s Health Week

In the middle of a global pandemic, it’s easy to forget to check in with your own health. Women’s Health Week is coming up next week (7-11 September) and we’re encouraging all women to take time out to look after themselves and make positive changes for a healthier life. Add Your Kilometres And Ride Around

More Pop-Up Cycleways Are On The Way

Sydney will soon see another 20km of pop-up cycleway to encourage people to ride instead of catching public transport or driving amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.  Stage 1 developed 6 pop-up cycleways in the City of Sydney totalling over 10km. Stage 2 will see over 20km through 8 council areas: Bayside, City of Sydney, Inner West,

Bike Safety Messages On SUEZ Trucks

Our latest road safety campaign launched recently and the waste disposal trucks are now active. Have you seen them in your area yet? Working with SUEZ and NSW Police, Bicycle NSW launched this campaign to help create more awareness for bike rider safety. There are 2 SUEZ trucks wrapped with 4 different images. Each image

50 Year Vision for Sydney’s Open Space & Parklands

As one of Sydney’s most precious resources, green spaces are a vital part of our future for exercise, relaxation, rest and community building. In recent times with COVID-19 restrictions putting a halt to gyms and normal sporting activities, our local parks became an even more important part of our day to day lives.  45 per