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Western Distributor proposal
Bicycle NSW joins the City of Sydney and pedestrian advocacy group WalkSydney in objecting to the unexpected proposal to ‘upgrade’ Read more
Uniform police cyclists and undercover police cyclist (photo: iStock)
In May 2018, after a two year trial, the Minimum Passing Distance became permanent law in NSW  which means, our Read more
Liz Hirst, Bradley Birnie and Elisha Pearce of Transport for NSW with Michael Bishop and Francis O’Neill, Bicycle NSW Head of Advocacy (Image: Bicycle NSW)
The advocacy team at Bicycle NSW attended a site walk with Transport for NSW Sydney Gateway team and Michael Bishop, Read more
Families enjoying the Spring Cycle ride over the Sydney Harbour Bridge. CREDIT: EDWINA PICKLES
After a hiatus of two years, thousands of enthusiastic cyclists descended on Sydney streets last Sunday, for Bicycle NSW’s 37th Read more
Sydney Central Precinct model, viewed from the east, showing the buildings that will sit on the Over Station Deck and 3 new bridges crossing the rail corridor: at Cleveland St, Prince Alfred Park and Devonshire St (Source: Bicycle NSW photograph of model by City of Sydney)
Transport for NSW has recently exhibited ambitious plans to transform underutilised land north of Central Station into a mixed-use precinct anchored Read more
L to R Mayor Amanda Findley, CEO of Bicycle NSW Peter McLean, BUG President Peter Cassar and Trish Cassar
Members and friends of the Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group (BUG) came together at the Worrigee Sports Club on the 28th Read more
Micromobility in Chinatown
Aaron Gordons’s article, about e-bike infrastructure in America, considers a challenge that Australian bicycle advocates would be happy to have. Read more
Daily car trips (especially under 5 km) are unsustainable in so many ways Traffic congestion currently costs the Australian economy Read more
Watch the short video of Sean’s awesome amp-assisted daily commute.
Sean O’Shaunessy, long-time friend, journalist and Northern Rivers’ resident, recently purchased an e-bike. When I asked how he found it, Read more
Reframing bicycles – from recreation to transportation
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been significant changes in the way people travel. Fewer cars on the road made Read more
Bicycle NSW recently toured the areas of concern and sites of opportunity along the Warringah Freeway corridor
The short answer is we still don’t know, and that has us worried. Given the Warringah Freeway Upgrade (WFU) is Read more
The existing M7 corridor has a wide median that was intended for future dedicated public transport lanes (Source: TfNSW)
Toll giant Transurban has submitted an unsolicited proposal to the NSW Government to widen the Westlink M7 for 26km between 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
Visitors trialling e-scooters
Have you been thinking of getting in on some e-scooter action, but are unsure of the Do’s and Don’ts of Read more
Lots of gear can be carried on a bike with the right accessories!
Let’s face it, we Aussies do love our cars. Cars represent prestige, wealth, freedom and convenience. Our culture has created Read more
New member, Tien commuting to work after dropping off the kids
On 19 August political and industry groups gathered for the inaugural Electric Vehicle (EV) Summit to discuss the rapid implementation Read more
Monaro Rail Trail
The successful passage of the Transport Administration Amendment (Rail Trails) Bill 2022 in the NSW Lower House has opened the Read more
Should I Get Bicycle and Riders Insurance?
As an enthusiastic cyclist and solicitor that is one of the most common questions, I get asked. It’s a complicated Read more
The Good Bollard
We’ve written about bad bollards creating havoc on cycleways. You may have run into one. Generally, bollards are not prescribed Read more
The Good Bollard
….. cyclists second, public transport third, delivery vehicles fourth….. and private vehicles last. The Transport for NSW (TfNSW) Road User Read more
New friends from Japan in the garden with Francis O’Neill and Sarah Bickford of Bicycle NSW
Bicycle NSW just had a meeting with a delegation from the Ministry of Tourism, Ehime Prefecture, Japan. They did not Read more