2022 Membership Price Update
2022 membership price update from the CEO.
Brisbane City Council has released concept designs for the next stage of the North Brisbane Bikeway. This is an excellent step forward, making a safe, convenient and direct connection all the way to Eagle Junction and beyond.
The below announcement from Brisbane City Council:
Brisbane City Council is pleased to release the proposed concept design for the North Brisbane Bikeway: Price Street to Kedron Brook project between Dickson Street, Wooloowin and Jackson Street, Clayfield.
Attached is a copy of the project newsletter with information about the project, along with an invitation to have your say on proposed design options within the project alignment to finalise the connection between Price Street and the Kedron Brook Bikeway.
You can have your say via an online survey, which can be accessed from the North Brisbane Bikeway: Price Street to Kedron Brook project page on our website. The online survey closes on 19 November 2021.
Alternatively, you can speak with the project team at two community information sessions:
All feedback received from the community will be considered by Council and used to inform the final design for the project.
If you agree with the need for this bikeway, please have your say as part of the public consultations.
Find all the information about the project HERE
For the first time, Bicycle Queensland's advocacy team (Rebecca Randazzo and Andrew Demack) attended the annual Local Government Association of Queensland conference held in Mackay.
A global campaign led by the European Cycling Federation (ECF), has helped achieve a last-minute recognition of active travel in the official COP26 Transport Declaration on 10 November.
If you would like to ask your local councillor what they are doing to combat carbon emissions from transport and emphasis the important role bike riding can play, follow the instructions in this article.