Sydney’s bike lane network set to be completed

NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell’s push to take control of Sydney’s CBD transport may see the completion of the network of bike lanes.

The committee set up by the government to take control of the city’s transport planning has endorsed the completion of the bike lane network by May next year. The committee gave new impetus to implementing the recommendations, with all seven members of the committee behind the push.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the $76 million planned bike network remains unfinished, with no east-west crossing of the CBD and the King Street cycleway running only two blocks from Sussex to Clarence Street.

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