To report a Local Bike Network issue or problem on a local road or pathway contact your local Council Offices. Ask for the Bicycle Officer if they have one. If you have a smartphone you can also use a couple of handy phone apps to notify directly notify your local Council of problems on the spot!
Caltrop If you see Caltrop growing by your local bike track or in your street please report it immediately to Council. If it’s an isolated or immature plant and if you are properly prepared, there’s no reason why you can’t deal with it yourself – but you’ll need spade, broom, bag & bin! Watch this short video first so you know how to remove the plant and all of its seeds properly! If it’s an infestation please get on to Council asap!
Most local roads in the metro area are administered by local councils. Most main or arterial roads are the responsibility of DIT (Department of Transport). To report a problem on main or arterial Roads contact DIT here.
If you are not certain if the road is administered by DIT or Council, just report the problem to your local Council – they will always pass the message on to DIT.