November 2022 - in this newsletter:
- YarraBUG Radio podcasts
- Critical Mass going to Sydney Road
- Elizabeth Street update - November 2022
- Yarra Budget 2023/24: Survey + feedback
- State election: Saturday 26 November
- Cremorne: Draft Urban Design Framework
- News, Rides and Events
Yarra BUG Radio podcasts
Critical Mass - Sydney Road
Friday 18 November 2022: hosted by Merri-bek BUG, BikeWest and XR Vic Pedal Rebels - this time we'll be heading north to Brunswick to campaign for protected bikelanes and accessible tram stops on Sydney Road. Meet at the State Library on Swanston Street for a 5pm start OR wait at Avenue Reserve, Royal Parade at 5:30 and join us as we ride past onto Sydney Road.
Elizabeth Street update - November 2022
Note: you can still provide feedback on the Elizabeth Street trial before end of the year
Yarra Council: 'The Elizabeth Street separated bike lane trail will conclude at the end of this year. Since July 2020 Council has been seeking comments and feedback in real time about the new traffic and road layout conditions created using temporary infrastructure'
Yarra Budget 2023/24: Survey + feedback
Yarra Council wants to hear about your priorities for the 2023-24 budget and 2021-25 Council Plan. Feedback opportunities include in person and a survey
With survey options you can select 'bike and pedestrian infrastructure' and 'environment and sustainability' amongst several council service priorities
Saturday 26 November is State election day baby!
Cremorne: Draft Urban Design Framework
Yarra Council have created a draft Urban Design Framework
to guide the growth, development and character of Cremorne including a redesigned road network which prioritises active and sustainable transport. There's several options for consultation, including draft documents and survey. Feedback closes at 9am on Monday 12 December.
News, Rides and Events
You can browse our Getting About
page for riding groups, route ideas, apps and more
Want to attend the Micromobility Conference in Sydney next week, in person or livestream?
Phil Latz provided a discount code for volunteer advocates in our recent 3CR podcast
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation who are the traditional custodians of the land on which Naarm Melbourne stands