I've just started a new job back in the city and it's pleasing to see some great end of trip facilities. My building basement has a large secure cage with a pump, showers with free towels, and an…Continue
"For the Rozelle yards, I'd expect that Lilyfield Rd would be mainly unaffected. The Crescent path is likely to be a bit of a mess for a while when they do the tunneling there. Speaking for the Iron Cove Link, the doc says "During…"
"Hi Bob - in response to my feedback, they have published a hi res version (actually very hi res at 157MB). You can now zoom in.
One thing that really hits me is the scale of this monster. There are car 16 lanes heading off to the Anzac…"
"The Dutch also put crossings in for non vehicle users because the main legal implication of a roundabout in Australia is that a driver doesn't have to give way to pedestrians when turning which is a horrible legal outcome and makes just…"
"Looking back at the original thread discussion, the path layout through the goods yard is pretty close to what we came up with. I'd hoped for a separated path rather than a shared one, but the routing is good I think. Will take…"
"Hmmm interesting stuff, given that:
a) roundabouts are generally crap for cyclists
b) their principal purpose is to slow and organise motor traffic
putting it another way: if you slow cars to 30km/h or less you can remove roundabouts"
Go here to download the report, and to sign up for notification of new reports on cyclingIt's a good report in that it scientifically analyses the causes of bicycle crashes at a host of sites, and provides detailed recommendations for these problem NSW roundabouts:Eastern Avenue – Tresidder Avenue, KingsfordBarnstaple Road – Ingham Avenue, Five DockHeffron Road – Banks Avenue, PagewoodAnzac Parade –…See More
"Rob, it is great to see you campaigning for the greater good, not just for something self-serving. I somewhat agree that we cyclists are easy to divide and conquer; there is no obvious "correct" solution to many of our issues.
Yeah no worries, assuming I can find it... I think it's a standard USA port that you can probably get from any computer shop, but if I find it I'll let you know. I have an SD card reader on my laptop so I always used that.
Ok no probs. Fitness is getting there, although I did get the train to work today for the first time since getting the bike. I still need my weekends off cycling to recover though - the friday night commute home is always a killer!
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