Month: March 2016

March 17th, 2016

Local government elections will be held across Queensland this Saturday 19th March. In Brisbane, the two major parties are likely to dominate the outcomes, but the Greens have put substantial pressure on the LNP and Labor with some bold and exciting announcements of new cycling projects. Below is the summary of key promises from the incumbent…

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March 11th, 2016

Bicycle Queensland is happy to see Rod Harding commit to the Stanley St Gabba to Goodwill bikeway, but is disappointed overall by the Lord Mayoral candidate’s announcement about his cycling infrastructure plans for Brisbane. Mr Harding today announced a $139 million bikeways plan for Brisbane if elected on March 19, including a dedicated $90 million…

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March 7th, 2016

Bicycle Queensland is thrilled to see Lord Mayor Graham Quirk commit to funding the Stanley St separated bikeway if re-elected at the local government elections on March 19. The proposed major separated bikeway will stretch 1.2 kilometres from the Gabba to the Goodwill Bridge at South Bank, allowing thousands of people to cycle safely in…

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