Other city wide projects
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The new lanes are key routes identified in City of Melbourne's Transport Strategy 2030 which was developed with extensive community consultation over 2018 and 2019. This project will help people to become confident riders with a connected network of safe and protected bicycle lanes and high-quality bicycle parking facilities.
Your feedback will help us to evaluate the impact of these projects and identify where improvements are needed. Some examples of things we may be able to change as a result of your feedback include neighbourhood parking controls, small scale infrastructure improvements, signage, providing support resources and behaviour change programs.
On Tuesday 7 June 2022, Council resolved to pause the further
installation of new protected bike lanes in the CBD for 12 months and instead
prioritise the delivery of key strategic cycling corridors into and out of the
city, including Arden Street, Macaulay Road and Royal Parade.
Complete the survey below to have your say on a specific route or add a comment to the map for one or more routes.
Tell us about your experience using the bike lanes in a particular location. Add a marker to the map and leave your comment, with the option to add an image too.
Submissions are confidential and will not appear on the map once you have posted your comment.
Timeline item 1 - complete
Implementation of first round of priority routes
Installation of bike lanes across the first priority routes begins.
Timeline item 2 - complete
Community feedback collected throughout this time will help us to continually monitor and identify where improvements are needed in implementing this project.
From 31 August 2020
Timeline item 3 - complete
Next stage of implementation
Installation of first round of high-priority routes complete. Additional routes added to program for delivery in 2021-2022.
Timeline item 4 - active
Installation of 2022 bike lane program