Category Archives: Active transport

Box Hill’s Future – Have your say

Vicinity has a Planning Application before Whitehorse Council to commence a major part of this development. WATAG has lodged a formal Objection with Whitehorse Council to try and ensure that vital Active Transport considerations are included in any plans that … Continue reading

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Family-safe streets

I feel great empathy for parents who have become dependent on local playgrounds in Australia so that their children can have fun whilst exercising and socialising. These things should be an essential part of a child’s life. Many people drive … Continue reading

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Latest WATAG Newsletter

Click here to view the August 2021 Active Transport News. Easy Ride Routes – and much more… Easy Ride Routes are here The Best of British Luck Making local and busy places safer Box Hill – let’s get the planning … Continue reading

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Up-to-date news!

CYCLING NEWS ROUNDUP weekly cycling headlines from Canberra, Australia and the world compiled by Roger Bacon, Pedal Power ACT Advocacy Team Monday 14 June 2021Click here. Click here

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Latest WATAG Newsletter

Click here to view the June 2021 Active Transport News. BUDGET TIME: Will your Local Authority’s budget reflect the community’s values? Budget time Good Vision On track to be trackless? Looking back and forward too Road to Zero Walk or … Continue reading

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