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Category Archive: Sydney
Randwick Council has announced new and upgraded pedestrian crossings in Sydney’s east. These improvements are centred around schools and the surrounding streets and is supported by NSW stimulus funding.
WalkSydney is joining the United Nations #Love30 campaign because 30km/h saves lives and improves liveability! We are calling […]
NSW has set a target of zero fatalities and serious injuries on our roads by 2056 as part of our Future Transport Strategy. Transport for NSW are now developing a new, five year action plan to build on the success of Road Safety Plan 2021 (target of reducing road fatalities by 30 per cent from 2008–2010 levels by 2021). This new Plan will include 2030 trauma reduction targets, which are the next step in moving towards the goal of zero trauma on NSW roads.
WalkSydney is pleased to make a submission on the new NSW Design and Place State Environmental Planning Policy […]
Canterbury Bankstown Council are about to embark on the upgrade / widening of the Cooks River underpass. Construction is expected to start at the end of May 2021 and take approximately 6 months. During this time, the underpass will be closed.
Problem: There is not enough tree canopy, and so temperatures will got hot. Problem: Sterile environments worsen mental […]
Pedestrians and cyclists run a high risk of being killed by cars. These groups are also the least […]
On 21 December 2019 WalkSydney posted Why Australian Road Rules need to be rewritten to put walking first. […]
Every ten years federal, state and territory governments agree on a set of priorities to reduce road user […]
You may already be aware of this infamous underpass with its special rainy weather excitement.. Last year, we […]
In 2015, a parent with five children at a school in the Parramatta council area asked for a pedestrian […]
Local organisations in Wollongong have partnered to support a budget proposal for an active travel intervention. WalkSydney supports […]
Transport for NSW is making safety improvements to Cleveland St, Surry Hills. The speed limit will be reduced to 40 and right turns will be removed.
Waverley Council is in the final stages of making Notts Ave, next to Bondi Beach, walkable. Notts Ave […]
Today WalkSydney and 30please.org wrote to 33 local governments in Greater Sydney asking when they would introduce a […]
Back in November 2020, Alex Greenwich, Member for Sydney gave a Community Recognition Statement to the Legislative Assembly […]
Dear Lord Mayor Bradbery Re: LORD MAYORAL MINUTE – OPTIONS FOR CREATING A DEDICATED CYCLEWAY ON CLIFF ROAD […]
Austroads has released a report which provides up-to-date guidance on pedestrian planning and design which is deemed in […]
In my recent article “Why drivers will thank you for 30km/h” , I argued that current road rules […]
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