Advocacy & Education – Q1 2021

Launching the Commuter Harmony Alliance, working on submissions on major issues and an on-going focus on strengthening our involvement with regional councils have been three of the major themes of Bicycle Queensland’s advocacy work in the first quarter of 2021. In the education department, Bicycle Queensland’s Director of Education, Patrick, has had a busy start to 2021 as the demand for our education services increases. The development of online learning tools remains a priority to ensure we meet our statewide membership and stakeholder base.

Read the full report in detail via the link below.

BQ’s top priorities for Brisbane City Council

In the lead-up to the Brisbane City Council’s budget, Bicycle Queensland's advocacy team wrote to BCC Transport chair Cr Murphy outlining our top priorities following recent rain events.

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BQ welcomes the State budget to deliver safer school zones

Bicycle Queensland has welcomed the State Government’s announcement of $40 million for safer school zones.

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Sunshine Coast: local advocates know what they want

The local advocacy group are setting the agenda for how to move active transport forward on the Sunshine Coast.

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Diversion for Bicentennial Bikeway

Bikeway users will be diverted to a new route along the Bicentennial Bikeway between Victoria Bridge and Waterline P...

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