Category Archives: Cycling

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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Latest Active Transport News

Active Whitehorse News December 2020 A Happy Christmas season and a smoother Active Transport journey next year. Here’s some interesting articles to actively transport you into 2021. #activetravel #activetransport #activemobility #transportation #mobility #walking #bicycle #cycling #spaceforhealth #smartcities #streets #streetsasplaces #publicspace … Continue reading

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Whitehorse Council Election Results

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.[4][5] The names of … Continue reading

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Active Transport News

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Have YOUR say

The Suburban Rail Loop (SRL) – Melbourne Click here (or the map) for LOTS of information Then have your say. How will it affect you? How will it affect the urban areas it connects? What do you like/dislike about it? … Continue reading

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