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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

A favourite catch-cry of the anti-bike lobby is that bicycle riders don’t deserve to be safe on the road because
The NSW Road Rule 74 does not provide for bicycle path users crossing a road to have the “right of
Roundabouts in NSW present hazards to bike riders, but it would be simple to make them safer. Stay Safe Inquiry
NSW Road rule 129 requires everyone to drive as near as practicable to the far left side of the road,
No matter how you travel for work, you should arrive home safely. Legislation to Regulate Food Delivery Bicycle NSW has
When we think about travelling on a motorbike or bicycle we usually focus on the destination, how far or fast
Traffic injury is one of the biggest killers in Australia and Road Safety Week (15-22 November) is here to highlight
Across NSW the riding environment is evolving, and we’re encouraging all road users to change with it. More People Riding
A key objective of Safety on Spokes was to engage MPs from across NSW, because bike riders in every electorate
Side under-run protection on heavy vehicles can save lives, but what is it, and when is it needed? What is
We highlighted the broken connectivity of the Parramatta Light Rail cycling plan with flying bikes to make a point, but
Cyclist with head down and cyclist with head up
Following recent events in the Sutherland Shire, Bicycle NSW is issuing a ‘heads up’ warning to riders. A spate of
Some Councillors and council staff support the implementation of pop-up cycleways to help residents, but their efforts are being blocked.
Bicycle NSW is aware of the safety issues surrounding food delivery by bicycle, and we were pleased to see efforts
Riders in some parts of NSW could be forgiven for tearing their hair out in frustration, but advocacy is working.
With exponential growth in the community planned over the coming decade, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is planning for its future. The
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment have released the successful applicants of the Streets as Shared Spaces Grant Program,
Our latest road safety campaign launched recently and the waste disposal trucks are now active. Have you seen them in
After reaching out to SUEZ over a year ago, Bicycle NSW was blown away by their level of commitment to
Last Saturday, Affliated Bicycle User Group, BIKEast headed up a Tour-de-Pop-up to show the impact safe cycling provisions can have.