Month: October 2018

October 31st, 2018

Congestion-busting green bridges are a key focus of the final Transport Plan for Brisbane, being released today. Bicycle Queensland has commended the plan, which will build a bold new world of public and active transport networks across Brisbane. Bicycle Queensland CEO, Anne Savage, said walking and cycling were key to cutting congestion and improving travel…

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October 29th, 2018

Bicycle Queensland has welcomed the Lord Mayor’s announcement today that the speed limit on Brisbane’s Ann Street will be permanently slowed from 60km/h to 40km/h from next week. The change will take effect on Monday (November 5), in a move that brings Ann Street into line with all other CBD streets except Turbot Street. The…

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October 13th, 2018

About 4000 riders are expected to turn out for Bicycle Queensland’s Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle Challenge tomorrow, with 250 police, traffic controllers, route marshals, and volunteers working around the clock to ensure the event runs smoothly. The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting easing showers, with organisers watching the forecast closely. Bicycle Queensland CEO Anne…

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October 12th, 2018

Brisbane’s Bicentennial Bikeway will today record one million bicycle trips for this year, making it the most popular cycling route in Australia and one of the highest-use bikeways in the world. Bicycle trip counts are monitored by a state-of-the-art electronic bike counter and funded by Brisbane City Council. The local bikeway ranks among the World’s…

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