"The article on the AdelaideNow site has an accompanying video from Melbourne about cycling rules in Melbourne. That's useful.
The comments are the usual lot demanding registration and one suggesting cyclists who break the law…"
"I agree, good idea when you have existing poles and don't need any more obstructions on a footpath. The lack of need to dig holes in the ground would be where the savings are, council work crews are very expensive.
The same company also…"
I noticed two of these appeared in Rundle Street awhile back in yellow. Interesting design. Presumably cheap to install. I guess they are replacing that bunch of bike racks that got replaced by a car park near Rundle Street and Frome Street.http://www.cyclehoop.com/product/cyclehoops/hd/See More
"Actually the worst case scenario is 0% saying no - zero responses!
I think the 67% and 30% thresholds are too high (why not just 50% required, however many respond), but doing away with consultation altogether?
State legislation is a rather…"
"For sure. It might also be beneficial to the re-election of Councillors ! But now it is not required.
What is not clear is if this can be applied to single streets. It seems like Council's always end up changing the…"
"Consultation is a great thing if people are properly informed and think about the issues before responding. But I have a suspicion apathy is the deciding factor in many cases.
The previous rules were
So in a worst case…"
An eclectic mix of cyclists. It takes time to know AC members, and sometimes even gender, when avatars of cycling gear, childhood photos and Cadell. Gradually learn there are mature members, like us. Do you think that your title ever helps when writing cycling advocacy letters and submissions?