April 2024

Whittlesea wants congestion whittled away

Rapidly growing suburbs in Melbourne’s far north are already being squeezed by traffic congestion even though the region is only partially developed and the many new settlements are sparsely spotted amid hectares of empty land.

Nillumbik looks for transport solutions

The rolling hills of Melbourne’s north-eastern bushland suburbs is where many Australian nature lovers make their home, but when it comes to getting around the district, the environment is pushing back.

Rainforest MTB park opens in Queensland

The first stage of a world-class mountain biking attraction has had it’s official opening, inviting thrill seekers to test their skills in a subtropical rainforest setting in North Queensland.

Tassie Bike News Bites

The Collins St petition is on its way to council, Devonport volunteers bike repairs, a new bike-loving councillor for Hobart and Scottsdale bike park work begins in this edition of Bike News Bites.

Danes head towards helmets

The bike riders of Denmark — once stubbornly helmet-free — have changed their minds and are more and more likely to grab a helmet as they head off each day.
Man stands next to road astride a bicycle with dry grass on either side and the sea and mountain in the distance.

Tasman Hwy study looking for your ideas

The Tasmanian Government is continuing its road corridor studies around the state, with the 390km Tasman Highway between Sorell and Launceston the latest out for public comment.