UNSW STUDY – Minimum Overtaking Distances

Bicycle NSW was pleased to support a University of NSW study into minimum overtaking distance by calling for our members to talk to the conveners about their experiences. The final paper is now complete and worth a read if you’re interested in driver and rider experiences surrounding this important issue. Click here to read the resulting

GBCA letter to NSW Minister Gay re Castlereagh Street cycleway

Monday 9th February 2015 Re: Castlereagh Street cycleway: concern about using the cycleway as a loading zone In December 2013 the NSW Government published the Sydney City Centre Access Strategy in which there was a commitment to complete the city centre cycleway networks including a safe, separated cycleway on Castlereagh Street. We write to support

Inter-City Train Fleet Bicycle Storage

Dear Minister Berejiklian, Bicycle NSW fully supports and endorses the recent submission made by a collective team including our Board Members and Affiliated Bicycle User Groups regarding the opportunity to improve customer experiences, time efficiency and safety by providing bicycle storage on the new Inter-City Train fleet. On behalf of inter-city train commuters on the

Barangaroo Ferry Stop Environmental Impact Statement

12 February 2015 BICYCLE NSW’S SUBMISSION – BARANGAROO FERRY STOP ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) Bicycle NSW welcomes the opportunity to comment on and contribute to the Barangaroo Ferry Stop EIS. As bicycle riding as a mode of transport continues to grow across Sydney and NSW because of its proven benefits to reduce traffic congestion, improve

State Government’s celebrated transport strategy at risk

The State Government is set to demolish $4.9m worth of successful transport infrastructure, and the people of Sydney are questioning how does this jeopardise the ultimate delivery of the integrated transport solution that was promised. Hundreds of concerned people will gather in Hyde Park on Sunday February 8 to show their concern and defend the

Bicycle NSW 2014 Annual General Meeting

The energy, attendance and contribution was enormous with excellent input from everyone, some robust debate on priorities and unanimous support for collaboration and creating a better environment for cycling together. Bicycle NSW Board are please to announce the election of two new Board members. Peter Lee Sara Stace Immediately following the AGM the Board met

Sydney City Centre Capacity Improvement Plan Review of Environmental Factors

17 December 2014 Project Manager Sydney City Centre Capacity Improvement Plan Roads and Maritime Services PO Box 609 Pyrmont NSW 2009 cbd_access@rms.nsw.gov.au   RE: Sydney City Centre Capacity Improvement Plan Review of Environmental Factors (REF) Please find attached Bicycle NSW submission prepared by Link Place, in response to the Sydney City Centre Capacity Improvement Plan,