Great for Sydney, but is this infrastructure going to happen in other capital cities .
Interesting but it depends a bit on what they do. Details seem scant.
Upgrade a network of 284 km of dedicated cycling and shared cycling/walking paths, on existing radial and cross regional corridors within a 10 km radius of the CBD.
Shared cycling / walking paths often don't lend themselves to great commuting. Dedicated paths are good.
Sounds great but it's just an idea at this stage. It would actually need to be funded and then implemented!
Here's a great video that explains the evolution of London's infrastructure: