Vote For Cyclists

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Vote For Cyclists

For pro-cycling candidates to introduce themselves for election campaigns. Include the nominated position, ward and city. Please ensure your info meets guidelines.

This group was created during Local Government elections. SA local government maintains 75,000 km of roads, or 3/4 of total road network. Who you elect might influence whether these roads are cyclist-friendly.

Location: SA
Members: 95
Latest Activity: Jul 5

Candidates please state name, council, ward and position. Include links to your on-line info so electors can learn more about you and your platform.

Voters please check candidates’ material to ensure that you support their policies, other than cycling.

A file of candidates I understand support cycling, bicycle transport, the environment and/or sustainability. SALocalCouncilResults13Nov2014.xlsx

More info on the LGA website. www.lga.sa.gov.au

Discussion Forum

federal government elections 2016

Started by heather Jun 28, 2016. 0 Replies

You will know from AC member Mark Parnell MLC that The Greens support active transport. At state level see…Continue

Luke Giles - Candidate for Area Councillor

Started by Luke Giles Nov 3, 2015. 0 Replies

Hi AllMy Name is Luke Giles and I'm standing for election in the upcoming Adelaide City Area Councillor supplementary election.I have commuted by bicycle for many years, often cycle recreationally,…Continue

ACC might downgrade Frome Bikeway

Started by heather. Last reply by heather Jun 29, 2015. 6 Replies

Be careful who you vote for at next local council elections. Can you urgently contact ACC councillors? Ask councillors to vote to keep the Frome Street Bikeway in its current form. For email…Continue

Tags: FromeSt

Council elections 2014 links

Started by heather. Last reply by heather Oct 28, 2014. 13 Replies

Will list links so easier to find AC discussions by or about your council candidates.Unfortunately many candidates, who are members of AC and/or VFC, have not posted discussions. Some brief info on…Continue

Robert Simms - Candidate for Area Councillor

Started by Robert Simms. Last reply by Simon H Oct 27, 2014. 2 Replies

Hi all,My name is Robert Simms and I am standing as a candidate for Area Councillor in the coming Adelaide City Council elections.Sustainability is a key part of my platform and I am committed to…Continue

Stephen Humble councillor for salisbury south ward.

Started by stephen. Last reply by heather Oct 23, 2014. 1 Reply

Yes I am running and for Councillor of Salisbury south ward.I own several bikes and will ensure that the needs of bike users are met in designs and upgrades of infrastructure to make it as bike…Continue

Forum to ask ACC candidates their cycling visions (BicycleSA)

Started by heather Oct 23, 2014. 0 Replies

Bicycle SA's 'Cycle Spin' ForumDoes the City of Adelaide have a bright cycling future?What: Adelaide City Council Candidates'…Continue

Tags: forum, BicycleSA, election, ACC

Phillip Krasnoff - Campbelltown City Council - Candidate for Hectorville Ward Councillor

Started by Phillip Krasnoff Oct 23, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi cyclistsMy name is Phillip Krasnoff I'm a commuter cyclist and I'm also running for Council. I ride from Magill to the city and back most week days. I love riding my bike and I would love to help…Continue

Lord Mayor candidate Stephen Yarwood supports cycling

Started by heather. Last reply by heather Oct 23, 2014. 2 Replies

Adelaide lord mayor contest: Five argue policy on Rundle Mall, Victoria Square and bicycle lanes By Leah MacLennan, published by ABC News on 19-Sep-2014…Continue

Norwood Payneham & St Peters

Started by Sophia MacRae. Last reply by Russ S Oct 20, 2014. 4 Replies

Hi everyone.I am seeking re-election in the Maylands/Trinity Ward, which covers the suburbs of Stepney, Maylands, Evandale, Trinity Gardens, St Morris, Firle, and the streets of Devitt Ave &…Continue

Tags: Cycling, Plan, Wide, City, Elections

 

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