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Bicycle NSW works hard to create a better environment for all bike riders.

Below are some of our campaigns towards creating a safer NSW.

News Articles On Creating A Safer NSW

Dear truck and van driver
Thank you for working hard to drive safely We get that this is a stressful job, particularly in heavily populated Read more
The weight we share
The massive cost of autobesity Lack of emissions standards and generous tax perks make Australia the dumping ground for bloated, Read more
Police charge bike riders for existing
Whilst ignoring dangerous drivers Bicycle NSW previously wrote about the problem of perceived (or actual) police bias against bike riders. Read more
Enough is enough!
Fund better streets now. Not in 320 years Dear Member of Parliament, The Collaroy tragedy is a reminder of the Read more
Blacktown’s good bones marred by bollards
Dan Sobkowski is a young father who bikes for transport with his family in and around Blacktown. Dan’s observations on Read more
Bollard Busters!
Riding group takes out two useless bollards in Homebush Bicycle User Group (BUG) Bike North may have set the record Read more
Road rage death 5 years on -
...and Louise is still campaigning for safer streets Note: This story may upset and distress some readers Five years ago Read more
Doctors call for Oxford Street renewal
Doctors for the Environment Australia demand a plan for Oxford Street that puts people first. Doctors for the Environment Australia Read more
Ups and (mostly...) downs at the Warringah Freeway
Bicycle NSW has worked closely with Bicycle User Group Bike North to try and achieve better outcomes for walking and Read more
Breathing life into Parramatta Road
Parramatta Road is no longer a road. It’s a stroad! What’s a stroad? A stroad is best described by what Read more
Another 3 years for the Moore Park Road cycleway!
A stepping stone to improving Oxford Street for everyone At a packed Sydney Council meeting on 8 May, Bicycle NSW Read more
Return Of The Child -Friendly City
Car-dominated streets damage kids  In an excellent Conversation article, Mischa Ketchell discusses the decline of cities as spaces for children and Read more
Young lady in crowd looking at her mobile phone
Blaming pedestrian behaviour for crashes ignores evidence and decades of bad planning. When it comes to collisions between vulnerable road Read more
Robert Clarke, 59, suffered grazes and bruises. It is remarkable that he wasn’t very badly hurt. (Source: ABC News)
Dashcam footage captured the moment a bike rider was intentionally hit by a driver in Melbourne this week. Robert Clarke, Read more
Where’s the shoulder? Photo credit, Drive Magazine
One metre still matters but awareness and enforcement of Minimum Passing Distance legislation has stalled. Where’s the shoulder? Photo credit, Read more
A Safe Active Street in Perth, Western Australia (Source: West Australian Department of Transport)
If you see a bicycle rider going too fast on a shared path, tell them to slow down! This excellent Read more
As good as it gets! Read our submission in Heath Street Cycleway
The Heath Street Cycleway is about as good as a cycleway gets. Heath Street is a crucial link in a Read more
Members of the Sydney Cycle Sisters group participating in Heart Foundation Gear Up Girl event in 2016
Safety means safe from gender and traffic-based violence  In 2015, Parramatta-based bicycle entrepreneur, Charlene Bordley, saw the need for an Read more
Riders enjoy the Gears + Beers ride in the picturesque countryside around Wagga.
Despite the challenges of distance, heat and speeding traffic, regional NSW has some spectacular opportunities for bike riding. Riders enjoy Read more
A shared path located largely in the rail corridor was promised by NSW Government in 2015. The plans are now completely different! (Source: Sutherland Shire Council)
Transport for NSW is progressing its plans for Stage 2 of the Sutherland to Cronulla Active Transport Link (SCATL) to Read more