Monthly Archives: January 2011

BCC bikeway update

Brisbane City Council has provided another official update on the state of flood-affected bikeways around the city this afternoon: Bikeways update Council is pleased to announce that a majority of bikeways affected by the flood have been repaired and are … Continue reading

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2011 Annual General Meeting

Thanks to everybody who turned up to the Annual General Meeting today. They might not be as interesting as a regular meeting with a guest speaker, but it’s important to make sure we cover the formalities. Paul French re-capped some … Continue reading

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New CBD BUG web site

CBD BUG is proud to present its new web site. We hope you like the look of it, both in terms of it being easier on the eye and easier to find what you’re after. Please make sure you have … Continue reading

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This week’s bikeway status update

Brisbane’s inner city bikeway network is finally getting back to the state it was in before the floods. This morning the Bicentennial Bikeway opened again, and the majority of other bikeways are now open too. We’re expecting another report from … Continue reading

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Friday bikeway status update

Council has sent us another update on the state of the bikeway network, and the same information is also now available on the Bikeway and Shared Pathway Network page on their web site, which is gradually coming back to life. … Continue reading

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Another bikeway status update

Council has provided us with an update on the state of flood-affected bikeways. The map below (click for full sized version) shows the affected inner-city bikeways, along with Council’s suggested alternate routes. (PDF, 664 kB) There is also a document … Continue reading

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Take care out training

As well as the recent bikeway status report Brisbane City Council has asked us to publish the following notice: Cycling Training Groups Many bikeways and road circuits that cyclists use for training will be affected by the current Flood Event. … Continue reading

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Council bikeway status update

Brisbane City Council has provided a map (PDF, 4.0 MB) and the following information about the state of the bikeway network. (PNG, 1.4 MB) A significant number of Brisbane’s bikeway and shared pathways located along the Brisbane River and tributaries … Continue reading

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Post-flood bikeway states

Since our previous post the flooding in Brisbane has gone to a whole new level. While many people have lost houses and face a difficult time over the next few months putting their lives back together, for others life is … Continue reading

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It’s wet! Coping with the flooding…

The recent heavy rains and high tides have been playing havoc with Brisbane’s bikeways, with creeks and the Brisbane River flooding, key bikeways such as the Bicentennial Bikeway and Kedron Brook Bikeway being repeatedly inundated, and water washing debris all … Continue reading

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