Posts Tagged "advocacy"

Why aren’t more of us on bikes?

Why is that the many South Australians who want to ride their bicycle more, aren’t and will recent investment pledges in infrastructure change this?  Jess OlleMore Posts – Website

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Frome Here To Eternity – A Word From The CEO

October 2, 2015

The Sydney Harbour Bridge was built in eight years. With luck, the Frome Street Bikeway will be completed in six. Bike SA CEO Christian Haag fills us in on the latest “Frome Street” developments.  Christian HaagChristian Haag is the CEO…

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I just saw a 40km/h zone save a life

September 17, 2015

As the City of Charles Sturt looks to lower speed limits – Councils should take note and see how they make cities safer and more vibrant.  JULIAN FERGUSONJulian is the Marketing & Communications Manager at Bicycle SA. He’s worked for…

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Pedalling the safety message at Bike SA

August 20, 2015

Bicycle SA is working hard for safer roads for all South Australians, explains CEO Christian Haag.  Christian HaagChristian Haag is the CEO of Bicycle SA and while he doesn’t wear lycra – he does ride a Mountain Bike.More Posts -…

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Bikes Palya – What we’ve been doing up in the APY Lands (VIDEO + PHOTOS)

August 19, 2015

Bicycle SA has been working in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands – a large Aboriginal local government area located in the remote north west of South Australia.  Joey FaganJoey Fagan is a project coordinator for Bikes Palya at Bike SA. When…

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270,000 South Australians cycling each week

National Cycling Survey stats have come out – and it’s both good and bad news. We’re buying more bikes in Australia – but cycle participation is flatlining.  New stats compiled by the Australian Bicycle Council show that South Australians are…

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Bucks for Bikes – funding for cycling.

There have been many announcements over the past week. Bike SA dissects recent developments.  Last week $6.5 million was announced in the South Australian budget for new and upgraded greenways and bicycle boulevards over four years. Bicycle boulevards follow quiet…

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Should CBDs be Car-Free?

A recent article in The Age puts the spotlight on cars and their role in Australian Cities.  James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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We are not the Netherlands – but we can learn from their experience

After hosting a Dutch transport planner for a week, Bike SA believes Adelaide can learn from the Dutch and how they legitimised cycling as a means of transport. James NankivellMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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Traffic Calming – Why it’s good for everyone.

Norwood, Payneham and St Peter’s Adelaide’s east has voted to reduce the speed limit across its entire area to 40km/h. This is a good move for all road users.  Norwood, Payneham & St Peters voted to introduce the 40km/h limit in…

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