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You can go almost anywhere on a bike, but only a fraction of trips in WA are pedal powered. Cycling offers a healthy, environmentally friendly way to travel in cities and beyond – so let's get on our bike.

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Sustainable Transport

Perth is one of the most car dependent cities on Earth. But most people want a more balanced, sustainable transport system, where we rely less on the car. We have choices to make about our future.

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Better public transport

Better public transport, and more people using it, is important for healthier cities.

In Perth only about 8% of daily trips are made by bus, train or ferry. The STC promotes public transport, along with cycling and walking, as preferred modes of travel.

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The Conversation, 27 July 2015

There is a new fear on the block. Not just ISIS, home invasions, wind turbines and the budget deficit, but now we must fear … traffic congestion. The Infrastructure Australia report on the future needs of our cities emphasises the growing problem of urban traffic congestion all over the country. Read more

Rethink Perth Freight Link – hear the vision

Fremantle Town Hall

Tuesday, July 21, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Fremantle, Cockburn and East Fremantle Councils and the Rethink Perth Freight Link alliance invite you to hear about a better vision for freight movements in the southern metropolitan region.Mayors Brad Pettitt and Logan Howlett along with MP Alannah MacTiernan and Senator Scott Ludlam will outline the facts, myths and alternatives for the Perth Freight Link. A Q&A panel will follow with questions from the audience.

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The City of Wanneroo’s draft cycle plan

The City of Wanneroo’s draft cycle plan is fabulous. Although lacking bits overall it is a great leap forward. Have a look at it here and comment here. What do you think?

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Community News, 21 July 2015

A THREE-week public consultation period on the City of Wanneroo’s draft cycle plan will start on Monday. The City has invited community feedback on the plan before staff present it to the council later this year. Mayor Tracey Roberts said the plan aimed to improve cycling in its boundaries.

“The City’s vision is to make cycling Read more