Mackay council targets bikeway projects at affordable levels as council gives money ahead of deadline

Mackay council targets bikeway projects at affordable levels as council gives money ahead of deadline

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A council in Victoria is considering the most affordable plan possible to build a network of cycle lanes on Brisbane’s busiest roads.

The proposal will also allow drivers to use the lanes as part of other local cycling infrastructure projects.

Key points: $17 million would fund 2-lane, three-quarter cycle track

The city will seek to fund 12-inch cycle tracks in 2016

The city’s cycling plan is the first and most likely to be delivered

The plan would see bike lanes on some of the biggest roads in Brisbane, a city spokesman said.

“We’re looking at putting lanes on main, junctions and over shoulder,” City of Brisbane transport spokesman Richard Pate said.

“This is going to be our best possible investment, 바카라if it works.

“It will have zero cost and very little impact on the environment.”

The city will begin work by September 2016 on the first phase of the city’s cycleway system, which would lead to major changes in traffic flows from major roads to the existing cycleways on the city’s CBD and outer suburbs.

The city will also seek to fund 12-inch cycnatyasastra.comle tracks in 2016.

The city has said that it would target funding to build more than one cycleway, but will only prioritise the better funded one.

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