Archive | October, 2012

Memorial to Tim Anderson, Cyclist

Tim Anderson, 26, was training for a charity ride, riding along Curtin Avenue, a popular riding route, when he was hit by a car driven by the drunk Ross Murray in March 2012 who then left Tim on the side of the road to die. Tim was wearing a high visibility vest, white helmet, white jersey with […]

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The red-light running behavior of electric bike riders and cyclists at urban intersections in China: An observational study

The topic of red light jumping (RLJ) comes up a lot in cycling forums and amongst cyclists were of course various views taken on its appropriateness. Having an understanding of the behaviour is important as part of the process of determining the best response. This paper by Wu, Yao and Zhang (2012) published in Accident […]

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City of Fremantle – End-of-Trip Facilities for Cyclists

The Fremantle-Cockburn Gazette’s Rachel Watts is reporting the City of Fremantle will put forward for consideration a scheme amendment, known as Scheme Amendment No. 55 to Local Planning Scheme No. 4 (LPS4) that will put in place standards for the number of high, medium and low security bicycle racks and end-of-trip facilities depending on development […]

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