At a time when cities across the world are tearing down urban highways and reclaiming valuable urban space for housing and communities, South Australia is doing just the opposite, says […]
Katie and Fay worked together to prepared a submission to the expert panel reviewing the Planning and Design Code. They focused on the area of car parking, their concerns being […]
Vice President Fay Paterson prepared a submission detailing further engineering that would benefit both cyclists and pedestrians in the Governments latest concept to resolve the traffic issues in and around […]
The gears are ticking over in parliament with Bike Adelaide Chair David Elliott and Middle Ground Motherhood founder Sarah Cleggett giving evidence to the Parliamentary Select Committee for Public and […]
Read our submission regarding possible new location of the Adelaide Aquatic Centre. Like many respondents we felt that a brown fields location was preferable. We also expressed concerns where potential […]
Read Bike Adelaide’s response to the draft Burnside City Masterplan. We particularly wanted to see consistent application of 40 kph and greater mention of cycling.
Bike Adelaide recently provided comments on City of Mitcham’s proposed calming measures for Kalyra Rd.
BA committee member and long term West Torrens resident Stephen Janes provided feedback on the proposed LATM. He shared many similar views to BA, he also provided feedback based on […]
Vice President Fay Patterson’s submission to the West Torrens Council indicated our strong support for actions to slow and minimise traffic and Council’s intent to provide cyclist with priority way […]
Bike Adelaide, together with Walking SA and the SA/NT Heart Foundation wrote a letter of support to the Hon Robert Simms MLC for his proposed bill establishing a Walking & […]
Vice President Fay Paterson worked into the early hours of the morning to complete our submission on proposals for Chief St, Brompton. There was a definite favourite with appropriate separation […]
From the RAA: “With more bikes on our roads in 2020, there’s never been a better time to look at how we can make the path ahead safer for cyclists. […]
The Department of Infrastructure and Transport has put together an excellent survey to gather people’s thoughts on what should be in our state’s next road safety strategy. Please EVERYONE TAKE […]
Two recent State-level strategies give hope that the government may start giving cycling the attention it deserves. Both the 20 Year State Infrastructure Strategy and Game-on, a strategy to “get […]
The results for the Super Tuesday bike count are now available. This year we had more volunteers than ever, and included several new locations. The numbers counted at comparable locations […]