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- Active Transport is great for your health
- Cycling $$$ – what’s planned, and what should be allocated?
- Pedestrian friendly city centres – including Box Hill MAC
- Getting around safely – across the kerbs and on shared paths
- NELA – an update
- Women and Active Transport
- Sharrows are coming
- and more….
Active Transport in Whitehorse – Whitehorse City Council is holding the first Active Transport Forum aimed at making Active Transport an important part of the future of Whitehorse…
Plus many links to some very thoughtful and informative web resources.
2017 Active Transport Survey – WINNER announced.
North East Link information and how WATAG is putting a view forward.
Institute of Traffic Engineers and RACV – views from the Presidents.
2017 Active Transport Survey is now open.
WATAG has launched its online survey to get a wider community view about people’s present use of Active transport to travel to activities which are part of their everyday lives…
Plus…an update on the Whitehorse Health and Wellbeing plan, VicRoads excellent proposals to upgrade three major corridors for walking and cycling. And more…
Cycling to work: major new study suggests health benefits are staggering
Research has consistently shown that people who are less physically active are…more likely to die younger…
Plus: Box Hill to Ringwood Shared use path through Laburnum…VicRoads plans, and much more…read more
Wombat Crossings save lives … LOTS of them!
In the April/May 2017 newsletter, WATAG suggested that Whitehorse should use of Wombat Crossings for pedestrians and cyclists to use, instead of the simple ramps recently installed…read more
New Blackburn Creeklands Crossovers
Two new crossovers have been installed on the Gardiners Creek Trail at Pakenham St to link the Blackburn Creeklands shared paths in Kalang Park with Blacks Walk. One crossover for the northern path, and one for the southern path… read more