Category Archives: Darwin

Midpul Bridge Closed 6 Feb – 20 Mar 2017

The Midpul Bridge will be closed for 6 weeks as works are undertaken to realign and extend the bridge. During the six week period, all cyclists and pedestrians are encouraged to utilise the newly constructed Temple Terrace intersection. See attached Midpul Bridge TEMPORARY CYCLEWAY DIVERSION FLYER Feb 2016

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Urgent Closure of Midpul Bridge

URGENT NOTICE Due to the discovery of power and water’s sewer lines running directly under a major pylon footing of the Midpul Bridge (cycle and pedestrian bridge over the Stuart Highway), the closure of the bridge and consequent rediversion of the existing cycleway has been postponed until further notice. Engineers are currently working on the […]

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Temporary bridge closure at CDU

One of the small timber bridges connecting from the Casuarina Foreshore path to CDU has become hazardous . The Department of Infrastructure has temporarily closed the bridge (alternative access is via the other bridge to the north). The bridge will be repaired as soon as possible and the broader path upgrade works will commence in […]

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National Ride to Work Day in Darwin and Palmerston – Wednesday 15th October 2014

Ride to Work day is an annual Australia wide event which aims to promote active, sustainable transport and encourage new riders to take the challenge.  It’s a great way to have a go at riding to work or to celebrate your regular commute. In Darwin, a FREE community breakfast is being hosted in Raintree Park […]

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Register for Super Tuesday 2 Sept

Registrations now openThis year’s Super Tuesday Bike Count will take place on Tuesday 2 September from 7am-9am. Super Tuesday is Australia’s largest visual bike count. The count provides participating councils with reliable figures of bicycle commuters and their movements to improve bicycle facilities in their area. Your involvement is crucial, so register now to secure your spot: As in previous years, each person […]

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McMillans Road Cyclepath Upgrade

Upgrades to the McMillans Road cycle path, between Rothdale and Matthews Roads, will commence on Monday, 28 April 2014. To minimise public impact, works will be undertaken in sections during the hours of 7am and 5pm, as per below:

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E-petition to retain Howards Springs Pine Forest

The NT Planning Commission intends to rezone the Howard Springs Pine Forest as a residential area. The Pine Forest is a popular well utilised off road cycling area. An e-petition opened last Friday to oppose this initiative  and preserve this area for recreational use.

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Darwin Bike Plan 2014 – Have your say!

City of Darwin is developing a Darwin Bike Plan to be an integral part of Council’s strategy for catering for cyclists now and into the future. The objective of the plan is to establish a comprehensive approach to the development of a quality route network, supported by a range of initiatives and prioritised works which […]

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Ride2work events at CDU

CDU’s Enviro Collective is organising 2 events: a FREE bike maintenance workshop on  Tuesday 15th October 12- 1.30pm at the Bali Huts (near Basket ball courts) CDU, Casaurina a FREE solar powered film night Screening ‘Dirt the movie’ And short films At Lakeside Drive Community Garden, near CDU Wednesday 16th October from 6pm.  Bring something to sit on, snacks and […]

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PAWC Electrical Works – Frances Bay, Darwin City

The Power and Water Corporation is currently undertaking essential works to install electrical cables along the Frances Bay path.  These works will be carried out over a 20 week period and will occur between 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Saturday.

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