Bikeway Closure

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Bikeway Closure

Postby Hamster » Fri May 10, 2013 10:56 am

My regular commute takes me along the ‘Muller Road to Depot Road bikeway’ in Brisbane's northern 'burbs which is under currently threat of long-term closure to enable road works.

This bikeway is used by many cyclists on a regular basis and provides a much needed link. The planners of the road-widening need to re-think their approach and to ensure that this piece of transport infrastructure remains open.

Please consider visiting http://www.communityrun.org/p/KeepOurPathOpen for more information and to show your support for keeping this bikeway open.

Your support will be appreciated.
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Re: Bikeway Closure

Postby Hamster » Wed May 15, 2013 8:49 am

Mitch’s petition to keep the bikeway open is up to 198 so what about a couple of quick signatures to get it above 200.
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Re: Bikeway Closure

Postby ray » Wed May 15, 2013 10:49 am

Hamster wrote:Mitch’s petition to keep the bikeway open is up to 198 so what about a couple of quick signatures to get it above 200.


Done. No 199.
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Re: Bikeway Closure

Postby Hamster » Wed May 15, 2013 3:03 pm

Two hundred signatures has been achieved :D – thanks to everyone who signed .

Closing an important transport link for nine months is simply not acceptable.

Now the question is whether we can build the total to three hundred. If you haven’t signed please devote a few moments to protest about how this treats cyclists as third-class citizens.
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