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Are you a cyclist who lives, works, commutes or trains in Prospect? If so, please join us to seek safer cycling. NOW 109 MEMBERS. We are a diverse group, with ages ranging from 1 to 81. What we have in common is a love of cycling and a desire for safer cycling. Members, contact Heather to receive the free monthly newsletter.
Current aims include:
Prompt fixing of cycling hazards, in Prospect and neighbouring council areas
Bicycle parking (e.g. Prospect Post Office) and parking that meets guidelines (e.g. Prospect Library)
Reduce hazardous parking in bicycle lanes
Discourage obstruction of bicycle passageways by vehicles (e.g. Fitzroy Tce)
Safer crossing of Fitzroy Tce during peak times
Re-open to cyclists bikedirect route of Edgeworth St, plus future greenway Devonport Tce at Elizabeth St
Encourage cycling through better cycling facilities
Promote cycling for leisure, exercise and sustainable transport
What would you like for cycling?
Item 17.1 on the agenda for the Prospect Council meeting of Tuesday 25-Sep-2012 starting at 7.15pm. Enter council building from rear door off the western car park.SUBJECT: Bikedirect – City Wide4.1…Continue
Rachel Sanderson, MP, Member for Adelaide, has written to the Minister for Transport. This is much appreciated because Heather has asked for solutions since 1996.8-Sep-2010 Heather and Rachel…Continue
Re: Installation of bicycle lanes on Churchill Road from Regency to Albert Street, Dudley Park Letter dated Apr-2012 from DPTI to property occupiers. Copy sent to BUG when requested in May-2012.The…Continue
Cycling hazard of conflicting signs. Outside Cibo, 124c Prospect Road. One sign states “bicycle lane 4.30pm to 6pm”. However, a second sign states “1 hour parking 9am to 5pm”. Parking permitted in a…Continue
Sung to the tune of ‘Look what they’ve done to my song, ma’.Please help to stop this ‘upgrade’ which is happening now.Approved by the State Government so a road near you may be next.On Ride to Work…Continue
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