In September 2016 the Australian Bicycle Council published the National Cycling Strategy Implementation Report 2015 which outlines the progress made on the National Cycling Strategy in 2015.
The report prepared for the City of Adelaide provided a detailed set of design options and considerations for a bike share program in Adelaide. This includes suggested user costs, funding options, number of bikes and docking stations, marketing techniques, estimated usage, technology options, and costs.
With its warm Mediterranean climate, flat topography and outstanding natural beauty, the Perth metropolitan region certainly has the right ingredients to become one of the world’s great cycling cities.
This Strategy aims to make cycling and walking the natural choice for shorter journeys, or as part of a longer journey. It sets out the objectives, the financial resources, the strategy and the governance arrangements to deliver the aims of the Strategy.
This strategy sets out the ambitions for walking and cycling in the UK and outlines the governance arrangements and resources required to deliver a substantial change to current travel behaviour.
Benefits of investing in cycling in New Zealand communities provides information about the key benefits of investing in cycling, for councils, communities and individuals.
The Bicycle Master Plan provides a blueprint for the expansion of Buffalo’s existing bicycle network, and outlines steps to implement it in a phased approach.
This report provides a global assessment of the potential for increasing travel by bicycle and the impact on energy use, CO2 emissions and a range of cost factors.