"There is now a Subway and toilets in the plaza area between the carpark and the main terminal.
The bike racks and facilities are on the corner of the REX arrivals terminal for anyone looking at a map of the airport."
"I disagree. 90% of the shops on Brighton Rd have offstreet parking and as Heather says they a combination of too lazy to care combined with the "this is how we have always done it it Adelaide" mentality and we end up with empty carparks…"
"Swanston Street, the Melbourne equivalent of King William Street.
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Once one of the busiest roads in Melbourne, carrying large private automobile volumes throughout the 20th century, Swanston Street has been partially…"
"I wonder if the disbanding of the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits-Commission and closer scrutiny and reporting requirements by the ATO are making the well paid management of some charities a little nervous.The new regulations will require a…"
"Really missing getting out there with you guys, actually missing just being on a bike while recovering from my "Intramuscular contusion" at the moment.
Just looking at the pics above I have some issues with the riding in the two pics near…"
"Sturt Road, between Morphett Rd and Brighton Rd., in the bike lanes on both sides.
A number of steel plates have been placed over the gas pipeline maintenance trenches. A bit of bitumen placed around the edges to reduce the step up."
I Mike I got this response from the council (via my contact) today:
Hi, These main roads are owned & maintained by DPTI. Any requests for sweeping should be passed onto them. I can tell you that DPTI only sweep if requested. They are not big on proactive work. We the COHB do sweep these roads but do not want to take on the responsibility of DPTI infrastructure & maintenance. Thanks
Mike, I might contact the authority, if I can copy your picture and send that.
As I understand the situation, it is a bicycle lane that ends suddenly. There are some examples of similar situations for vehicles, but black and white signs are used to warn drivers. Are you familiar with the old Kintore Avenue -- Victoria Road intersection in the city. Several cyclists complained to me about that hazard. I reminded ACC a couple of times of the concrete protuberance into the bicycle lane, that squeezed cyclists out. That is if they had not run into concrete because it was hard to see at night (especially when going faster down the hill). ACC fixed it.
There may be a bicycle path on the OTHER side, so first cyclists must cross the road, a potential hazard surely with that busy road. That is, if the cyclist/s have not run off the road, or tried to move into the travel lane and been hit.