Yarra Bicycle Users Group

COP27: PATH’s letter to governments and cities

Yarra Bicycle Users Group has joined other Australian active transport groups, Streets Alive Yarra, Merri-bek Bicycle Users Group, Boroondara Bicycle Users Group, Victoria Walks, Australian Walking and Cycling Conference, Bicycle Industries Australia, Rail Trails for NSW, We Ride Australia, Port… Continue Reading →

October 2022: Gipps Street ramp – another announcement

This timeline will be updated as the project progresses Over 17 years since Yarra Bicycle Users Group held a Gipps Street Steps campaign day on 20 March 2005 at Abbotsford, a satisfactory resolution to this impasse maybe in sight somewhere… Continue Reading →

Critical Mass returns to Naarm Melbourne

Melbourne Critical Mass: Meet at State Library at 5pm, Friday 30th September 2022 Bring yourself Bring your bike We ride at 5:30 for a ~5k jaunt around the CBD and we’ll finish at the steps of Parliament House for a… Continue Reading →

Renewal of former transport land at Alphington

Do you ride along Yarra Boulevard, Heidelberg Road, Grange Road, Chandler Highway or nearby? Please take the time to fill in this Department of Transport survey: Renewal of former transport land at Alphington, it’s open to 7 October 2022 Renewal… Continue Reading →

Guling season and the magpies are swooping

On the Magpie Alert map you can check and report swoops and so far there’s feisty lad in Princes Park who really needs space Magpie Alert map has options for you to filter state, year, make reports and follow regular… Continue Reading →

Cycling in Melbourne – A Tourist’s Perspective

“Melbourne isn’t perfect. There are many pieces of cycling infrastructure that need much improvement, but its attitude to becoming a walkable and bikeable city is definitely commendable and inspiring!” Check out the progressive changes to Napier Street, modal filters and… Continue Reading →

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