Better bikeway’s dominate news headlines

Recently there have been many articles in the news about positive investments in walking and cycling infrastructure across the world and in Australia.

We have collated them to inspire leaders in Adelaide and SA to follow suit. It is a great list of headlines which have recently been shared with City of Adelaide Councillors.

“Residents to get new decision making powers in “cycling revolution”

“Doctors to prescribe bike rides to tackle the obesity crises”

“Pop up bike plans and big bucks for Brissy Bikeways”

“6 new cycleways for Sydney riders in response to Covid-19”

“As cycling booms Melbourne is adding 40k of new bike lanes”

“Council fast tracks new cycling lanes”

“$22 million for London Boroughs active travel schemes so far”

“Phasing out cars key to Paris Mayors plans for a 15 minute city”

“City Pedals forward on streetspace for cycling and walking”

“Car free central London”

“Irish spending big on bikes”

“Programme for Government set to bring Ireland to Dutch level of Cycling Funding”

“Paris to create $650 Kilometers of Post-Lockdown Cycleways”

“Milan announces ambitious scheme to reduce car use after lockdown”

“New Zealand first country to fund pop up bike lanes widened sidewalks during lockdown”

“Every street in Paris to be cycle friendly by 2040 promises Paris Mayor”

“$2 billion package to create new era for cycling and walking”

“Can industry meet government’s decarbonising transport challenge?”

‘DfT announces shift towards public transport and active transport.”

“Benelux Countries take the lead in stimulating European cycling policy”