Katie Gilfillan
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Invite - Charles Sturt Council cycling presentation and BISA AGM Thursday 17 May

Started May 11 0 Replies

Location: The Joinery, 111 Franklin St, AdelaideTime: 6:30 - 7:30 (talk) 7:30 - 8:30 (AGM)Everyone welcome whether you live/ride in Charles Sturt. Much of the discussion will apply to other council…Continue

Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Savvas Mar 9. 35 Replies

What we are asking for?BISA's 5 proposals to kick start growth in cycling in SA: 1. Invest $75 million each year for 4 years to fund priority cycle infrastructure 2. Complete SA bike riders’ Top 10…Continue

Event: Important update on o-bahn and tram extension meet with DPTI tomorrow night

Started Dec 4, 2017 0 Replies

For anyone interested and free tomorrow night come along to hear from DPTI about the O-bahn extension. Book your free tickets here…Continue

Campbelltown Council to vote on Bicycle Plan

Started this discussion. Last reply by rossmg Aug 18, 2017. 2 Replies

Campbelltown Council has commissioned a new bike plan and tomorrow night (Tuesday) the council members are being asked to vote on the plan.Staff are recommending that Council:1. adopt the Bicycle…Continue

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Katie Gilfillan replied to Jim lally's discussion Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate
"Indeed crazy. Thanks for coming last night Jim. It only clicked on the way home - I know that name :) Hope to talk more through BISA. If only Marion councillors were like the City of Charles Sturt hey??"
May 18
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Invite - Charles Sturt Council cycling presentation and BISA AGM Thursday 17 May

Location: The Joinery, 111 Franklin St, AdelaideTime: 6:30 - 7:30 (talk) 7:30 - 8:30 (AGM)Everyone welcome whether you live/ride in Charles Sturt. Much of the discussion will apply to other council areas.Presenter: Sara Morrison, City of Charles Sturt, transport engineer.Sara will discuss:- recent/upcoming cycle projects- funding sources for cycle infrastructure projects- transport/cycling policies and strategies- challenges/opportunities related to promoting transport cycling- OFO and the City…See More
May 11
Katie Gilfillan liked Paul Koch's discussion Gawler Wheelers Ride Report 10th March 2018
Mar 13
Katie Gilfillan replied to Savvas's discussion Support for Bicycle Use from The Greens in Saturday's Election...
"It really was extraordinary for me to learn trough this process how little transport policy exists in all other parties"
Mar 13
Katie Gilfillan liked Savvas's discussion Support for Bicycle Use from The Greens in Saturday's Election...
Mar 13
Katie Gilfillan replied to Terry C's discussion 100 km Gran Fondo..
"On ya Terry!"
Mar 13
Katie Gilfillan liked Terry C's discussion 100 km Gran Fondo..
Mar 13
Wayne B replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"Heather, you'd be surprised how many city dwellers in Europe have cars. We did (and probably will again soon), and compared to Adelaide, we lived somewhere near the Convention Centre (around the corner from the central station & a park,…"
Mar 9
heather replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"Wayne, there was a time when I needed car transport. Then I changed employment and housing so public transport became a viable option. A study indicates this is when people are more likely to reconsider their transport options. Then I realised…"
Mar 8
Wayne B replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"Yes Sam, ADL is an urban sprawl, as are most cities in Australia, and I agree with the need for urgency. I think Australian cities will start to loose their high liveability rankings if they don't start building the active shared transport…"
Mar 8
heather replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"There is a tendency towards a myth that Australians require private transport at all times. This does not take into account that the majority of Australians live in cities and towns. That in most capital cities, half of all trips are under 5…"
Mar 7
Wayne B replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"both times I've looked at this video it hasn't been extremely busy, which it can be. Love Amsterdam, and I've never even cycled there. The interesting thing, I think, about comparisons Australia (& other car-centric…"
Mar 6
rossmg replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"Hey guys, just luv the street webcams from the Netherlands, really shows it:"
Mar 4
Wayne B replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"Peter, a lot may have been lost in translation, I didn't look in much detail at the English pages. I did note on the #2, the Police report, that I would have translated the first recommendation different (i.e. they recommended untangling the…"
Mar 3
Peter B replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"OK so here's what I take from these articles. Article #1 (Brussels) (site is a very new radio station; reads more like an opinion piece): Has a graph showing bicycle use and number of bicycle accidents going up from ~2013. However it points out…"
Mar 3
Wayne B replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"Peter, the reason I find it good to disagree with (smart) people is that it makes me think harder :-)... so, A quick google search in English proved my point of the 'separate paths brigade'. All the results that came up were local stuff…"
Mar 2

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What bikes do you ride?
The two wheeled variety, with smiles.
When do you ride?
Weekends, Commute
..perhaps some more information about yourself for your profile page
I just love riding. It's pure bliss. As is getting rid of the car!

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At 14:37 on October 9, 2012, heather said…

Hi Katie,
I saw you in the city for park(ing) day. Do you commute into the city on weekdays? Want to join cyclists for coffee on Wednesday 31-Oct-2012 on North Terrace.
Info and RSVP at http://www.adelaidecyclists.com/events/lunchtime-coffee-for-bug-birthdays
Cheers, Heather

 
 
 

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