Low Cost Interventions to Encourage Cycling

Selected Case Studies
Source: Austroads

This report contains 15 case studies showcasing low cost interventions that have successfully encouraged cycling in Australia and New Zealand.

The National Cycling Strategy aims to double the number of Australians who ride a bicycle. Engineers and behaviour change specialists are implementing a range of innovative low-cost infrastructure treatments and encouragement strategies which aim to encourage more people to use active transport modes.

The case studies were compiled with the intention of forming part of new resource on the Australian Bicycle Council website.

The case studies project directly relates to priority six (guidance and best practice) of the National Cycling Strategy 2011-16 and aims to illustrate what is possible and provide inspiration to planners and practitioners.

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