This page contains some key resources on walking and cycling, including an archive of the documents produced by the Australian Bicycle Council.

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Tasmanian Walking and Cycling for Active Transport Strategy
Department of State Growth

The Tasmanian Walking and Cycling for Active Transport Strategy is a key component of the Tasmanian Urban Passenger Transport Framework, which aims to promote walking and cycling as viable and desirable forms of transport through improved infrastructure, land use planning and behavioural change. The Strategy is intended to guide development of walking and cycling as transport options in our urban areas over the long-term by creating a more supportive transport system for pedestrians and cyclists.

30/07/2021 View
Towards Zero Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2017-2026
Department of State Growth

In December 2016, the Government released the Towards Zero—Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2017-2026 (Towards Zero Strategy), Tasmania’s ten-year plan to reduce serious injuries and fatalities on our roads.
The Towards Zero Strategy identifies 13 key directions that guide the Government’s road safety efforts. The key directions are based on the best-practice Safe System approach to road safety and were informed by extensive community engagement, stakeholder consultations, and independent research and modelling.

23/07/2021 View
ACT Planning Strategy and Action Plan 2 (ACT Climate Change Strategy)
Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate - Environment

The ACT Climate Change Strategy 2019–2025 outlines the next steps the community, business and Government will take to reduce emissions by 50–60% (below 1990 levels) by 2025 and establish a pathway for achieving net zero emissions by 2045.

20/07/2021 View
Transport for Canberra
Transport Canberra and City Services

The strategy for transport planning in the ACT to 2031

19/07/2021 View
Victorian Road Safety Strategy 2021-2030
Department of Transport, Victoria

The Victorian Road Safety Strategy 2021-2030 aims to halve deaths by 2030 and put us on a strong path to eliminate all road deaths by 2050.

15/07/2021 View
Towards Zero Action Plan 2018-22

Towards Zero Road Safety Action Plan (Towards Zero) is a five year road safety action plan focuses on road safety actions to address the key priority areas for the Northern Territory. The Towards Zero Action Plan will work towards improving road safety in the Northern Territory. It will guide improvements in road safety, making all road users safer and reducing the rate of fatality and serious injury on Territory roads.

20/05/2021 View
Victorian Cycling Strategy 2019-2028
Department of Transport, Victoria

The Victorian Cycling Strategy 2018-2028 is guiding planning and investment to get more people to cycle for transport – to work, school, public transport and shops – in Melbourne and the regions.

20/05/2021 View
Regional 2050 Cycling Strategies
Department of Transport, WA

The Department of Transport’s Regional 2050 Cycling Strategies aim to realise the cycling potential of regional Western Australia.

18/05/2021 View
Queensland Walking Strategy
Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland

Queensland’s first walking strategy recognises the critical role that walking plays as part of a single integrated transport system accessible to everyone and as part of a healthy, active lifestyle for all Queenslanders.

Includes Queensland Walking Strategy 2019-2029, Action Plan for Walking, Walking in Queensland Report.

18/05/2021 View
Queensland Cycling Strategy
Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland

The Queensland Cycling Strategy sets the direction for encouraging more cycling, more often throughout Queensland. It is accompanied by an action plan and Queensland State of Cycling Report, which will be updated every two years to help us prioritise our efforts and respond to changes that impact cycling in Queensland.

Includes Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017-2027, Queensland Cycling Action Plan, Queensland State of Cycling Report.

18/05/2021 View