Tag East West Link

Amanda Stone interview: 2014 RACV Board Elections

Extract from YarraBUG Radio program on 3CR Community Radio 855AM (29 September 2014) with Amanda Stone discussing Trent McCarthy and her standing as candidates in the 2014 RACV Board Elections.

YarraBUG Radio Show #303 Monday 15th September 2014

Australian Cyclists Party reveals its Coat of Arms based on the 1896 original. Aspiring Knights & Dames take note! pic.twitter.com/0tys8jMEz4 — Australian Cyclists (@icycleivote) April 1, 2014 This week Chris interviews Richard Bowen from Australian Cyclists Party about their progress… Continue Reading →

YarraBUG Radio Show #301 Monday 1st September 2014

This week we return to the YarraBUG presentation made on 7th April 2014 at East West Link Comprehensive Impact Statement (CIS) public hearings, and details our concerns about EWL impacts on local cycling patterns and routes. The public hearings were… Continue Reading →

YarraBUG Radio Show #291 Monday 23rd June 2014

On this weeks program Chris discusses updates about Rushall Station bypass, Wellington Street Copenhagen lane funding and 3CR Radiothon,  the weekends events and of course, blustery Melbourne weather. This weeks interview is with Cait Jones from Public Transport Not Traffic… Continue Reading →

YarraBUG Radio Show #273 Monday 17th February 2014

This week Steve and Chris focus on sustainable transport, green spaces and the proposed East West Link impact upon Melbourne. We discuss “Four Reasons Australian Cities Might be Overthinking Cycling” by Rachel Smith. Chris interview’s Alexander Sheko from Students Linking… Continue Reading →

YarraBUG Radio Show #271 Monday 3rd February 2014

We had a crowded Studio 1 this Monday morning, with Moe Provencher and Aimee Zoe Tubbs from MoZo, a cycle touring, street busking project from Seattle, playing for us live and an interview with Peter James, 2014 MS Melbourne Cycle Ambassador…. Continue Reading →

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