“If Sydney would up its game on streets and put the pedestrian experience at the top of the […]
Category Archive: Sydney
Ever walked along Parramatta Rd, Military Rd, or another one of Sydney’s arterials and copped a lungful of […]
Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has recently installed these around the Sydney CBD – a sticker on top of a pedestrian “beg button” explaining the button must be pressed between 10pm and 6am.
The City of Sydney is planning to make certain streets in the north of the Sydney CBD more […]
To the NSW Environmental Protection Agency, This is the WalkSydney submission on the Draft Climate Change Policy and […]
Through August and October I visited every QMS advertising panel in the City of Sydney. I surveyed their location and ref code to add to OpenStreetMap, an open geospatial database that powers many maps worldwide. I uploaded photos of many displays to Mapillary, which you can view by clicking on pins in the map above.
In Australian suburban streets, Halloween is the day that shows us what is possible. Neighbourhoods become places where […]
[A submission I made personally to the Bayside Council, but it might be of general interest] When asked […]
Western Distributor Road Network Improvements (from Anzac Bridge to the Sydney Harbour Bridge) Review of Environmental Factors
Rob Sharp Secretary, Transport for NSW 20-44 Ennis RdMilsons Point NSW 2061 Cc Trudi Mares, Deputy Secretary Greater SydneyCc Camilla Drover, Deputy […]
25th October 2022 WalkSydney Incorporated http://www.walksydney.org Level 4, 68 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills NSW 2010 Rob StokesMinister […]
In a number of situations in life it’s necessary to provide photo identification. The most common way for […]
This a repost from Instagram with permissionpoppitheguidedog 954 likespoppitheguidedog Warning this post is triggering and involves the near […]
We asked our Twitter readership what they would do to make transport in Sydney better. Below we synthesise […]
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has shown us that we need to look differently at the way we go […]
WalkSydney Gets Results: Whose turn? The strange case of Golden Grove Street and Darlington Road — Resolved
In March 2020 we wrote “Whose turn? The strange case of Golden Grove Street and Darlington Road“. (You […]
The conflict in the Ukraine has led to huge price spikes for oil, devastating many people across the […]
The news that a pedestrian was struck and killed by a driver in a vehicle while on a […]
On March 12, 2022, (March 11, 2022 where Peter was speaking) Peter Norton talked to WalkSydney, EcoTransit, and […]
It’s always good when people take to the streets. Below are some official street festivals, markets, and the […]
There is a perception that Australia is a great country for children to grow up in. While certainly, […]
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