CAMWEST News for July 2002

Mon Jul 1 00:00:00 EST 2002

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*** FEATURE: Parramatta Cycling Report
We have compiled a detailed report on cycling issues in the Parramatta area. There are a number of great projects in progress which is great news. However, there are also a number of concerns. A detailed downloadable report (with photos) has been prepared outlining areas risky to cyclists.

Full article:

Tizzana Winery Ride
Sunday August 25
Contact: Rob Kemp, 02 9864 8797, robkemp at
$30 for lunch, juice, water and coffee 

Bay to Mountains Ride 
Saturday 19th October

*** NEWS (
* North-West T-Way Meeting
* Clyde St Meeting
* Holroyd Rep Needed
* Baulkham Hills Cycleways a Goer
* M4 Viaduct Cycleway Report
* Merrylands Shopping Centre Submission
* Rooty Hill Bridge Improvement
* Rouse Hill Ride a Hit
* Liverpool-Parramatta T-Way Update
* Transport Union Public Transport Paper
* Oil Peak Seminar
* IEA Recommends on Energy and Sustainable Development
* Bike Cops are Tops

Write/Email to Parramatta Council and express their enthusiasm for them fixing the problems shown in the 'Parramatta Report' we have produced.

council at

Mayor of Parramatta City Council
P.O. Box 32
Parramatta 2124

Dear Sir/Madam,

Please improve cycling facilities in Parramatta Council by following the recommendations in the 'Parramatta Report', produced by CAMWEST.


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* The Big Ride Reviewed

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