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SAFER CYCLING IN MELBOURNE

Riding a bike is good exercise, good for the planet, and saves on parking and road congestion.

Yet many of our inner city roads are not as safe for cyclists as they should be.

I’m calling on the Victorian State Government to install separated bike lanes on Flemington Road and Royal Parade. These two roads have had many collisions in recent years, and cyclists are at particularly high risk for car dooring. 

Add your name to my Safer Cycling Melbourne petition today. 

Ellen is on one of Melbourne's new separated bike paths on Rathdowne
Street in Carlton thanks to the Greens on Melbourne City Council.

If you have any other concerns or questions about bike or pedestrian safety, fill in my pedestrian safety survey here, or contact my office on [email protected]

 

SAFER CYCLING IN MELBOURNE

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Sign our petition for separated bike lanes on Flemington Road and Royal Parade.

 

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