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Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate

Started this discussion. Last reply by heather May 20. 7 Replies

The 2016 census reports 8.6% of households in the council area do not have a car.Can we conclude Marion is hipster central?Continue

Auckland vs Adelaide

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hong Apr 8. 3 Replies

I’ve never been to Auckland. Cycling advocates have ongoing battles however there seems to be good leadership and support within some sections of government.…Continue

Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy 2011-2020

Started this discussion. Last reply by pete davis Jan 4. 1 Reply

The details related to this can be found on http://roadsafety.gov.auThe National Road Safety Strategy 2011–2020 represents an agreed set of national goals,…Continue

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Jim lally replied to Peter B's discussion Fooled by the weather radar
"I like to check the radar, if it looks like rain or drizzle. Tonight I just had to look out the window. ive always wondered how accurate it is"
May 22
heather replied to Jim lally's discussion Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate
"An experienced ‘cyclist’ who rides 100 km per week might think that marked bicycle lanes, continuous bicycle lanes, green coloured bicycle lanes, and bike boxes at intersections are unnecessary.However, omits that better infrastructure…"
May 20
Jim lally replied to Jim lally's discussion Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate
"Marion has a number of very busy intersections. Lots of through traffic going down the major arterials south north, and traffic heading to Flinders Uni and Medical Centre. Many cycling no go zones in busy periods for all but the brave or…"
May 20
Peter B replied to Jim lally's discussion Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate
"Is the "Walking and Cycling Guidelines" document available online? I couldn't find it from a quick Google. Personally I don't have a problem with proposals being guidelines rather than firm rules; and narrowing every street and…"
May 19
Jim lally replied to Jim lally's discussion Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate
"Charles Sturt were very well represented last night Katie !! A very informative presentation. Point taken about the BUG - it is difficult to know who does what and how to find them the same  Messenger - a story about the elderly having access…"
May 18
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
Daniel replied to Jim lally's discussion Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate
"I thought the proposals sounded pretty reasonable actually, at least if they were applied to designated bike routes like the BikeDirect network!"
May 18
Jim lally posted a discussion

Messenger reporting of Marion council walking and cycling guideline debate

The 2016 census reports 8.6% of households in the council area do not have a car.Can we conclude Marion is hipster central?See More
May 18
Hong replied to Jim lally's discussion Auckland vs Adelaide
"Every time i go back to Auckland I get more and more envious of everything they've done in the last 10 years or so for cyclists. From all the beautiful (continuous) cycle lanes on relatively busy roads to the Lightpath running through the…"
Apr 8
rossmg replied to Jim lally's discussion Auckland vs Adelaide
Mar 21
Jim lally posted a discussion

Auckland vs Adelaide

I’ve never been to Auckland. Cycling advocates have ongoing battles however there seems to be good leadership and support within some sections of government.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12015644Difficult to imagine the same language being used here.See More
Mar 20
Jim lally replied to heather's discussion two serious crashes 5-Mar-2018
"This is very sad news indeed In addition a teenager died a few days ago in Whyalla. does anyone know if findings / recommendations from major crash investigations are publicly available in SA?"
Mar 5
Jim lally replied to Katie Gilfillan's discussion Election and cycling: what's being offered and what shoud be offered?
"It is clear that despite everyday cycling for transport being one of the the ways of the future, modal shift will not occur without strong political leadership that has broader community support. Cycling suffers from being seen as either…"
Feb 25
pete davis replied to Jim lally's discussion Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy 2011-2020
"The feedback form says it's temporarily unavailable .  "
Jan 4
Jim lally posted a discussion

Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy 2011-2020

The details related to this can be found on http://roadsafety.gov.auThe National Road Safety Strategy 2011–2020 represents an agreed set of national goals, objectives and action priorities; setting out a path for action to reduce fatal and serious injury crashes on Australian roads.The 2017 Implementation Status Report detailing progress on the strategy and supporting Action Plan for 2015–2017, was endorsed by the Transport and Infrastructure Council on 10…See More
Jan 4
Jim lally is now a member of Adelaide Cyclists
Nov 13, 2017

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Flatbar road
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