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MINIMUM PASSING DISTANCE ANNOUNCED

Posted by WestCycle on Friday, 27 October 2017State Government announces introduction of Minimum Passing Distanc...

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MINIMUM PASSING DISTANCE – THE BENEFITS

Today that State Government has announced the introduction of a minimum passing distance of 1m in 60km/hr or less a...

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MINIMUM PASSING DISTANCE SUMMARY & FAQs

 INTRODUCTIONCurrently Western Australian road rules require drivers to give ‘sufficient’ distance when o...

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Significant investment into cycling infrastructure announced

Major increase in cycling infrastructure spend in Western Australia  Mitchell Freeway bike path gets funding leadi...

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BEST PRACTICE GUIDES TO CYCLING

We are proud to officially launch a series of Best Practice Guides to Cycling. For over 12 months WestCycle and the...

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PERTH AND PEEL MOUNTAIN BIKE MASTER PLAN

The Perth and Peel Mountain Bike Master Plan will guide strategic investment to maximise the benefits that mountai...

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#INVESTINCYCLING SUMMARY

Ahead of the 2017 State election on Saturday, 11th March we have drawn together the cycling commitments of the four...

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#INVESTINCYCLING – LIBERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Today Liberals WA announced their cycling commitments ahead of the 2017 State Election. The key takeaways are det...

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WA JUNIOR TRACK CYCLING FLYING ON AND OFF THE TRACK

WestCycle is pleased to announce the ongoing commitment of Pharmacy 777’s partnership in supporting Junior Track...

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#INVESTINCYCLING – LABOR CYCLING POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT

Today WA Labor announced their cycling commitments ahead of the 2017 State Election. The key takeaways are detail...

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#INVESTinCYCLING

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Election Policy Document: #INVESTinCYCLING   The #INVESTinCYCLIN...

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$1.1M CAMPAIGN FOR CYCLIST SAFETY

Today the State Government announced a $1.1 million campaign to improve cycling safety. The campaign will increase...

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TAKE A KID MOUNTAIN BIKING DAY

Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day this October! This is an annual initiative by the International Mountain Bicycling...

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PERTH AND PEEL AT 3.5 MILLION

Today the State Government released the Perth and Peel 3.5 Million and Beyond Transport Plan, with a large emphas...

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SAFE PASSING DISTANCE IN WA

There has been a lot of media attention this week given to the implementation of Safe Passing Distance here in West...

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PERTH TO HOST WORLD CHAMPS

Perth will play host to the Union Cycling Internationale (UCI) Amateur Road World Championships (UWCT Final) from 1...

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South West Mountain Bike Master Plan Launched

Launch of a Master Plan for the development of mountain biking in the South West Plan set to transform the region i...

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SOUTH WEST MTB MASTER PLAN

Mountain biking is one of the worlds fastest growing recreational, sport and tourism activities and the South West...

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MAKING WA A BIKE-FRIENDLY STATE

We want to make Western Australia a bike-friendly state. A place where riding a bike is an everyday part of the cul...

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WestCycle Welcomes Government’s Mountain Biking Funding

$450,000 over 3 years to implement the Western Australia Mountain Bike Strategy  Employment of newly created Mount...

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Cycling Participation Grows by close to 50% in just 2 years

Cycling in Western Australia has grown by almost 50% over the last 2 years, leading the country in growth rates wit...

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Peak cycling body endorses safe passing distance bill

WestCycle fully endorses the Road Traffic (Keeping Safe Distances from Bicycles) Amendment Bill to be tabled in pa...

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Launch of Cycle Safety Campaign

The State government has released a new campaign designed to improve cyclist safety and encourage all road users t...

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Cycling organisations come together to map the future of cycling in WA

To coincide with BikeWeek, WestCycle today launched a unified bike plan designed to get 1 million Western Australi...

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