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SASI Cycling Champions Talent Identification Initiative to be re-launched at 2016 TDU
The State Government and Bike SA are partnering to deliver an expanded Way2Go Bike Ed program to educate children about bicycle and road safety.
Changes to road rules setting a minimum distance for overtaking cyclists and allowing all age cycling on footpaths have taken effect.
More than $8 million will be invested from the State’s Black Spot Program after 14 new road projects were identified for funding.
A Koala crossing, new guardrail, rumble strips and roadside hazard removal are just a few of the road safety initiatives funded by the 2015/2016 Responsive Road Safety Program.
New rules that encourage all road users to better share the road and reduce the number of accidents between cyclists and motorists will come into effect on October 25.
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.
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure’s (DPTI’s) Way2Go program has provided funding to Woodville Primary School to make their school crossing a safer place for children to cross.
The Way2Go Bike Ed initiative continues to go from strength to strength with participation numbers growing to 5000 primary school students from 60 schools across the state.