Travelling Well - a bike riding initiative

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Have your say on ways to increase bike riding within the City of Unley!

The City of Unley, in partnership with the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), are developing a program to increase the use of bikes by Unley residents as a mode of transport within the City of Unley and the CBD.

If you ride your bike, or have an interest in riding your bike more, please participate in the development of this program by participating in the discussion forum and survey.

Have your say on ways to increase bike riding within the City of Unley!

The City of Unley, in partnership with the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), are developing a program to increase the use of bikes by Unley residents as a mode of transport within the City of Unley and the CBD.

If you ride your bike, or have an interest in riding your bike more, please participate in the development of this program by participating in the discussion forum and survey.

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    Share your thoughts about riding in Unley with other residents. Do you enjoy riding? Why/Why not?

    Share your thoughts about riding in Unley with other residents. Do you enjoy riding? Why/Why not?

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    We are considering two different programs to help encourage people who work in the CBD to ride their bikes more for transport.

    A 'bike buddy' program would pair experienced riders up with people who are interested in riding to provide support for a few trips into the CBD to help increase an individual's confidence in riding.

    A 'bike bus' program would involve a group of riders (experienced and inexperienced) meeting at a set location at a set time to ride to and from work. The group would be lead by an experienced rider called the 'bus driver'.

    Do you think that either of these programs would be beneficial to you? Why/Why not?

    We are considering two different programs to help encourage people who work in the CBD to ride their bikes more for transport.

    A 'bike buddy' program would pair experienced riders up with people who are interested in riding to provide support for a few trips into the CBD to help increase an individual's confidence in riding.

    A 'bike bus' program would involve a group of riders (experienced and inexperienced) meeting at a set location at a set time to ride to and from work. The group would be lead by an experienced rider called the 'bus driver'.

    Do you think that either of these programs would be beneficial to you? Why/Why not?

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