CAMWEST News for February 2002

Fri Feb 1 00:00:00 EST 2002

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* Parramatta Bike Plan Updated

* Keep Parramatta Streets People Friendly

* Girl Cyclist Knocked at Westmead

* RTA Manager Talk to CAMWEST

* Bike Rack Missing - Parramatta Mall

* CAMWEST Transitways Feedback

* Bike Cops are Tops - at Cabramatta

* Triathlete Killed While Cycling

* Addicted to Oil - Articles

* In the Media Lately

* CAMWEST Needs You

* Action Corner!


Mobile Metropolis: Sydney's Transport Network 

Sheds light on the subject of transport - illustrating the growth & organisation of Sydney's transport network, & how transport can shape a city, help to determine land use & influence our lifestyle choices. 

City Exhibition Space
Level 4 Customs House
Circular Quay
Open 7 days 10am - 5pm
Free Admission
On Until 24 February 2002
9242 8555 

Two talks on sustainable transport in the 21st Century by Professor John Whitelegg: 

A Vision for Urban Transport Renaissance: Inspiration from International Best Practice
18th February 2002
Venue: The Heritage Centre, Parramatta.
Time: 6.00 pm 

Transport and quality of life: why action is needed and empowering local communities on what they can do to bring about a better and healthier transport future. 
Healthy Communities at the crossroads of Transport Policy
19th February 2002
Venue: City Exhibition Space, Level 4 Customs House, 31 Alfred St, Circular Quay, Sydney 
Time: 5.30
Transport's impact on our health and wellbeing, the need for fresh directions in policy and it's implementation with some ideas to inspire.
Registration essential! Call Sinead Flavin, Smogbuster Coordinator, at 9279 2944 for a booking form.

RTA Manager Talk to CAMWEST 
28th February 7.30pm 
Email camwest_group at 

Bella Vista Waters Tour de Hills Bicycle Classic 2002 
Sunday 3rd March 2002 

Bicycle NSW Big Ride 
6th - 14th April 2002 
Manila to Walcha, 9 days, 580km 

* Bike Issues in Parramatta Area

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