The Western Australian Government is investing $7.6 million for cycling infrastructure, which is to be matched by local
COVID-19 has made us more conscious of how we travel and cycling, in particular, has taken on a new dimension for commuters, providing social distancing beyond what public transport can offer as well as health, fitness and environmental benefits compared with driving.
After reports of a major increase in cycling activity during lockdown the City of Melbourne and the City of Sydney are joining many others around the world to fast track bike lanes and give commuters a safe alternative to public transport.
The City of Melbourne has announced its working to fast-track the delivery of 40 kilometres of bike
Urban researchers from RMIT are developing city-scale simulation modes for cycling in Melbourne to test the impact of behaviour and transport infrastructure changes.
Walking and cycling routes are being fast tracked in the City of Sydney to allow for safer travel between workplaces, schools, healthcare and the city centre.