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Urban Mobility – What Does the Future Hold?
Urban Planning
Tuesday February 16 2016

Urban Mobility – What Does the Future Hold?

Cities are constantly evolving and moving – sometimes with positive effects for residents and at other times with serious negative effects on human and environmental health,...

Solar Power Bike Lanes Prove Viable
Energy
Tuesday January 12 2016

Solar Power Bike Lanes Prove Viable

Solar bike paths could shore up the sustainability of Australian cities by generating clean, renewable energy while helping to foster the usage of emissions free forms...

Will the Cities of the Future be Car-free Zones?
Urban Planning
Sunday September 20 2015

Will the Cities of the Future be Car-free Zones?

Urban planners and designers in Hamburg, Germany are working on a plan which aims to eliminate the need for cars in the city over the next...

Glowing Bike Paths to Provide Safety
Urban Planning
Tuesday November 25 2014

Glowing Bike Paths to Provide Safety

With traffic congestion increasing in urban centres all around the world, commuters often find cycling the fastest alternative to travel in a dense city. However, only...

Why Cycling Works in the Netherlands
Urban Planning
Tuesday October 28 2014

Why Cycling Works in the Netherlands

“You can go everywhere by bicycle easier than you can by car.”

Do the Health Benefits of Bike Sharing Outweigh the Risks?
Urban Planning
Monday April 28 2014

Do the Health Benefits of Bike Sharing Outweigh the Risks?

Bike-sharing programs have grown in popularity in recent years, with schemes now operating more than 643,000 bikes in more than 50 countries.

The Most Bike-Friendly Cities in the World
Urban Planning
Thursday July 11 2013

The Most Bike-Friendly Cities in the World

Outside of urban centres in Denmark and Holland, most cities remain far from truly being bike-friendly, a growing problem as cyclists are growing in number.

Public
Sep 14 2018
NT:Designs Wanted for Desert Bike Adventure

The Northern Territory government has invited tenders to design and build a $12 million bicycle trail and luxury camps along the new path in Central Australia.

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Urban Planning
Jun 13 2018
Share Bike Company 'Pulls Out' of Melbourne

The distinctive yellow rental bicycles will disappear from Melbourne's streets as the Singapore-based oBike company shuts up shop.

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