CAMWEST News for August 2003

Fri Aug 1 00:00:00 EST 2003

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*** Feature: Duck Creek Cycleway Proposal
Two cycleway networks are starting to form in Western Sydney. West of Woodville Road/Duck Creek throughout Greystanes, Wetherill Park, Prospect and Fairfield; and to the East based around Bicentennial Park and the Olympic site. Unfortunately, to date these are separated by a stretch of just a few kilometres. In this article, Mark Robson outlines his proposal to the Duck Creek Cycleway concept, which would connect these two networks.

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Tizzana Luncheon Ride
Date: Sunday August 31
More Info:

Bike Week
20-29 September

Bay to Mountains Ride
Sunday 21st September
More Info:

Ride to Work Day - Parramatta CBD
23rd September 
Parramatta Mall outside Delifrance for some breakfast specials.
More Info: Eva Martinez at Parramatta Council on 9806 5558.

Parramatta Heritage Ride
Sunday 28th September
Meet 8am at Tudor gates in Parramatta Park.
Safe and easy 20Km.
More Info: Eva Martinez at Parramatta Council on 9806 5558. 

Sydney to Wollongong Ride
2nd November

RTA Cycle Sydney
30th November
Call 1800 68 68 54
More Info

*** NEWS (
* Celebrate Bike Week!
* Blacktown - International Peace Park Cycleway
* Parramatta - M4 Cycleway Complete!
* Hawkesbury - $100K Allocated
* Conflict Crossings
* CAMWEST Member Dies in Tibet
* WA Minister Acknowledges Oil Depletion and initiates Transport Energy Strategy
* Bush Energy Adviser Discusses Oil Production Peak

Why not write to the Engineering Director of your council and the RTA and ask them to provide better solutions than 'conflict crossings', which put cyclists at risk and discourage others from riding (see article above). 

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