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Cycling, Featured, General, Top Debate | November 20, 2011
A fascinating debate has raged in Toronto in the last few days about cyclists and stop signs – an issue I have fiercely discussed by both cyclists and angry...
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Cycling, Featured, General, Motorways, Top Debate | September 13, 2011
3pm to 6pm is the most dangerous time for pedestrians in Auckland.
40 years ago 42% of Auckland kids walked to school. Now it is only 25%.
Cyclists are involved...
Cycling, Featured, General | June 12, 2011
Information obtained by the Green Party under the Official Information Act showed that the Police have not kept any records relating to cyclists or cycle safety...
Cycling, Motorways | June 1, 2011
A nasty collision on a busy Hamilton intersection involving a cyclist, truck and bus.
Waikato Road Policing Manager, Inspector Leo Tooman, said the crash happened...
Auckland, Cycling, Featured, General, RWC 2011, Top Debate | April 11, 2011
We think of it as just an inner-city road but it a defacto highway.
Parnell Rise has become a busy four-lane highway that often sees motorists exceeeding the speed...
Cycling, Featured, General | January 27, 2011
The cyclist fatality near Christchurch is not as clear cut as police first thought.
Police have released the name of the cyclist killed in a crash in High Street,...
Cycling | January 14, 2011
A man has been charged in connection with the death of a cyclist near Palmerston North back in November.
And the charge will be careless driving causing death.
Cycling, General, Motorways | December 15, 2010
United Future MP Peter Dunne wants a change to the road code to require drivers to give cyclists a 1.5 metre “bubble” when passing them.
“The road code already...
Cycling, General | December 7, 2010
A 3D cycle safety DVD has been launched by police in Dunedin to raise awareness amongst both motorists and cyclists of the hazards that are present when they share...
Auckland, Cycling, Featured | December 5, 2010
Cyclists and those concerned about cycling safety attended the Bikes for Life rally at Queens Wharf today.
The rally, organised in association with Cycle Action...
Cycling, General | December 4, 2010
The driver of a car involved in a collision with a group of cyclists in which three people died near Morrinsville has been charged in relation to the incident.
Cycling, General | November 30, 2010
There is a gathering at Queens Wharf this Sunday to promote cycling safety.
Cyclists try out Queens Wharf
It’s organised by Cycling Action Auckland, which...
Cycling, General, Top Debate | November 19, 2010
Auckland Transport will remove four car parking spaces on Tamaki Drive late tonight.
I rate Auckland Transport 10/10 so far for moving so fast. This is only its...
Cycling, General | November 19, 2010
Good to see the government concern about the cycling tragedies.
Transport minister Steven Joyce says the government will look to whether there are regulations that...
Cycling | July 9, 2010
A few years back, a cop pursued me because I was cycling without a helmet.
He gave me a stern lecture but no fine and told me to walk the rest of the way and never...
Cycling | April 28, 2010
Cyclists and motorists have only about a fortnight to have their final say on the contentious issue of Tamaki Drive safety.
The new Auckland City Council measures...
General | November 30, 2009
A interesting combination of groups has got together to campaign to encourage safer road user behaviour between cyclists and motorists . This will be officially...
General | November 27, 2009
Another cyclist got bowled on Tamaki Drive this morning.
A man was taken to hospital after an accident with a car during the morning rush hour.
This – as...
General | September 21, 2009
The government is asking for public feedback to develop a new 10-year road safety strategy, Safer Journeys. This closes soon on October 2nd.
BikeNZ has wisely taken...
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