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The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) will be undertaking works to improve safety for all road users on Hart Street between the Jervois Bridge and Military Road, Semaphore and complete the cycling network between Port Adelaide and the Coast Park, Semaphore South.
SASI Cycling Champions Talent Identification Initiative to be re-launched at 2016 TDU
Recently the one millionth bike rider has clicked over on the Mike Turtur Bikeway, wheeling it in as South Australia’s busiest cycling commuter route into the Adelaide’s CBD, with a top of 1000 riders per day.
South Australia has become the first state in Australia to provide detailed guidance for local councils on the installation and use of sharrows on South Australian streets.
Changes to cycling laws endorsing bike riding on footpaths and minimum overtaking distances will be drafted by the State Government following public consultation.
Cycling routes will be improved in Port Adelaide with the installation of buffered bike lanes on St Vincent Street between the Jervois Bridge and Nelson Street.
Construction works have commenced on stage four of the Greenhill Road Median Safety Improvements Project.
These works form the final stage of median safety improvements along Greenhill Road which will improve safety for all road users, including pedestrians and cyclists.
Bike Boulevards provide a safer and more attractive alternative to riding on busy arterial roads.
The cycle and walk loop path provides 2.2km of infrastructure upgrades which incorporate car park modifications, recreational pocket parks and significant surface improvements.