Cycling, Automobile, Road, Segregated cycle facilities, Bicycle, Sustainable transport

A chance to build Sydney’s Cycle Network in 3 years

On Apr 24, 2020
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RT @GregVann: Meanwhile, the Committee for Sydney is calling on the NSW government to build out its cycling network in 3 years, rather than its present 36 year (yes, that is thirty six years) timeframe. https://t.co/TduqshVhSb
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Luckily, the NSW Government already has a plan to deliver a cycle network for Greater Sydney. The Principal Bicycle Network In the NSW Government’s Future Transport Strategy, there is a commitment to deliver a Principal Bicycle Network (PBN) where cycling was enabled within 10 kms of CBDs ...

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On Apr 24, 2020
@macilree shared
RT @GregVann: Meanwhile, the Committee for Sydney is calling on the NSW government to build out its cycling network in 3 years, rather than its present 36 year (yes, that is thirty six years) timeframe. https://t.co/TduqshVhSb
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A chance to build Sydney’s Cycle Network in 3 years

Luckily, the NSW Government already has a plan to deliver a cycle network for Greater Sydney. The Principal Bicycle Network In the NSW Government’s Future Transport Strategy, there is a ...

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