CAMWEST News for February 2001
Thu Feb 1 00:00:00 EST 2001
*** CAMWEST NEWS FEB-MAR 2001
Online version: http://camwest.pps.com.au/index.html
* Feature: Parramatta River Catchment Cycleway
In this issue, we look in detail at the proposal for a shared pedestrian and bike cycleway from the Parramatta CBD travelling along the tributaries of the Upper Parramatta river to link a range of outlying areas by off-road routes. It is a crucial route since it links the Parramatta CBD, Sydney's second CBD, to areas where there's little public transport. As such it could eliminate a number of car trips.
*** OTHER NEWS (http://camwest.pps.com.au/index.html)
* Holiday Road Toll - The Real Problem?
* Western Orbital EIS Released - Have Your Say
* Public Transport Growth - Bikes Needed
* Merrylands Gets VeloCops
* Parramatta Park Car Free Days
* Election Year Starts - Cycling an Issue
* Oil Prices to Increase Again
* Asthma Epidemic Danger
* Olympic Park Re-Development
* Cycle Sydney a Success
* CAMWEST's Action Corner Starts
*** UPCOMING EVENTS
RTA Big Ride (Oberon to Forbes)
31 March - Sun 8 April, 2001
Catchment Cycleway Trial
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