Nobody likes car congestion around schools at drop-off and pick-up times. It’s stressful for parents, students, teachers and residents. It also leads to poorer air quality and road safety. Not to mention, sitting in cars instead of being active means our kids are missing out on vital exercise and social interaction.
To open up the streets around schools at drop-off and pick-up times so that children and adults can walk and ride freely, without having to worry about car traffic. Open Streets helps build safer, more connected, happier and healthier communities.
A happier, safer and healthier street environment for everyone.
🏆 Winner – 2023 Cycling Luminaries Awards
🏆 Finalist – 2021 VicHealth Promotion Awards
Bicycle Network’s Ride2School team partner with schools and local authorities to facilitate special days where the streets surrounding a school are dedicated to active transport only. Opening the streets to walking, riding, scooting or skating instead of motor vehicles gives a small taste of what a more sustainable community can look like.
Open Streets days are carefully planned, with signage, traffic control and pre-event communication between schools, councils and residents. Drop-off points a short distance from the gates are also installed so that families who live further away can drive part-way and still enjoy the fun.
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Upcoming Open Streets
- Monday 5th February 2024
- Monday 12th February 2024
- Monday 19th February 2024
- Wednesday 17th April 2024
- Wednesday 24th April 2024
- Wednesday 1st May 2024
- Thursday 16th May 2024
- Thursday 23rd May 2024
- Thursday 30th May 2024
- Friday 18th October 2024
- Friday 25th October 2024
- Friday 1st November 2024
Previous Open Streets Read the reports
Over three Fridays in September Bicycle Network held its first Open Streets trials of the year at Moreland Primary School, as part of Moreland City...