Active Transport News from Brisbane City Council

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Active Transport News from Brisbane City Council

Postby Aushiker » Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:35 am


Details follow ...

Held on Thursday 18 June 2009, 5:45pm - 7:00pm

The Active Transport Program has been achieving some great results for Brisbane residents. Come and hear about their success in Active Travel Programs, Bikeways and about their new initiative the ‘CityCycle’ public bicycle hire scheme, which will be a first in Australia.

Presenters: Bryony Chapman - Project Manager CityCycle, Brisbane City Council, Lyndal Peters - Team Leader Travel Behaviour Change, Brisbane City Council, Stephanie Edwards - Program Officer Cyclist and Pedestrian Mobility, Brisbane City Council
Venue: Brisbane City Council Community Meeting Room, City Library, Ground Floor, Brisbane Square, 266 George Street, Brisbane.
Cost: Free (Sponsored by Cardno Eppell Olsen and Parsons Brinckerhoff)
Bike parking available on street outside Brisbane Square; Ph 131230 for public transport information

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Re: Active Transport News from Brisbane City Council

Postby beauyboy » Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:49 pm

Thanks for the update.
Hopefully I will be able to see what they say.

BCC give us some more bikeways fore safe travel!!!!
Upgrade the NCL now QR!!!!!!
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Re: Active Transport News from Brisbane City Council

Postby mich rolling » Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:31 am

Good to see PedBikeTrans come to life.
I had given up checking their website because nothing had changed for a year or more.
This presentation should be fascinating if longitudinal data for commuter routes is presented including the elusive Schonell Bridge data.
This presentation would be a bummer if it was only a couple of suburb 'active transport intensive effort' reports, the ideas from which were new when released over two years ago up at Pine River.

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