National Cycling Strategy: Implementation Report 2013
- Publication no: AP-C93-14
- Published: 8 July 2014
In July 2014 the Australian Bicycle Council published a report that outlines the progress made on the National Cycling Strategy in 2013.
In this third year of the National Cycling Strategy 2011-16:
- Australian states and territories invested $112.8 million in cycling related infrastructure, education and promotion.
- Bicycles outsold cars for the 14th year running with almost 1.4 million bicycles sold.
- National cycling participation rates decreased slightly from 2011.
- Cycling is being integrated in broader transport planning and land use planning.
- "20-Minute Neighbourhoods" are being developed to increase short trips and improve livability.
- Bicycle facilities are increasingly being designed with separation from motor vehicles.
- Street design and speed limits are being used to facilitate street purpose.
- A "Safe Systems" approach is being adopted to improve bicycle safety.