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Successful Councillors announed. The following information has been extracted from Wikipedia which in turn lists its source as Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) Effective from the 2020 Whitehorse will switch from five two-member wards to eleven single-member wards. The names of … Continue reading
Germany’s first major national climate law has allocated a staggering €2.4-billion for cycling over the next decade. ADFC Director Burkhard Stork says it will take “Dutch vision and American ambition” to transform streets in cities big and small. “In the … Continue reading
Can COVID-19 teach us something for the road safety epidemic? Dr. Soames Job, BA (Honours 1), PhD, GAICD, FACRS |April 14, 2020 As the world struggles through the tragic COVID-19 pandemic, it may be also worth considering another health crisis, … Continue reading
Active Transport for Everyone Click here to read the WATAG May/June 2020 newsletter Nathan lives in Blackburn and loves his bike. It enables him to enjoy the open air in a different way to being in a wheelchair. His mother … Continue reading
In our latest WATAG newsletter – https://bit.ly/2wJbAdm – we asked for comment about electric scooters. Please read and tell us what you think. We’d like more comment. E-scooters: the impact their legalisation would have in the UK Read this article from … Continue reading