"No thumbs up about it. QLD cyclists are demanding 1.5m and this morning the Cairns Post has launched it's on cycling road safety campaign using the Qld petition as a part of its platform. To neglect to mention the most effective current action…"
"The 30 metre exemption is to allow cyclists to be able to filter or lane split in slow or stationary traffic where the cyclist can feed to the front of traffic for their own safety. It has always been a sticking point with previous Qld Transport…"
"Who ate you referring to? We have around 300hits per month on the website at SCA. At one point a cpl of weeks ago we had around 1700 hundred talking about our FB page and we only have just over 1200 followers. The AGF outstrips SCA for followers on…"
"Sorry Damien, been there done that. The AGF is renowned for this also. We have shared a fair amount of information including meetings with State Ministers, and yet in 4 years the AGF have never reciprocated. They use what they can to get a leg up in…"
"It looks like the AGF brain stormed this morning, types this up and did a bit of a spell check before whamo. Must be a new record. I look forward to your next whatever being as monumentally useless as your last few AGF."
"BTW, "a metre is never enough" should be discussed in more depth. We've listened to cyclists and agree that 1.5 is the only way forward on minimum Safe Passing Distances. We've even changed our logo in January to signify…"
"1) If the city wants to promote cycling then they ARE advocates.
2) Can BNSW please post links to their work on Strict Liability so far. We may be in Qld, but I there was a concerted effort to see this introduced we'd usually know about it. In…"
"Again, the AGF's Red Light poster is in (poorly executed) response to SCA's now global Stop On Red poster campaign on social media which has been truly huge and largely well received. No bright ideas, just brightly coloured crap which…"
"Mate you hit the nail on the bloody head here!
My organisation - Safe Cycling Australia - was largely responsable for the implementation of Brisbnae CBD's "share the road" signage 3 years ago. Those signs are still there an yet look…"
"One other point worth making is that if you plan on starting a campaign, please look at where you'll run it. Have a message for motorists? Put it in the NRMA monthly mag. Have a cyclist targeted message? Pay for space In a cycling mag.