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Cycling: What Will Politicians Do?

By Velocipator 2 October 2008 45

Canberra cycling group, Pedal Power, is holding a community forum for local candidates to tell the public how they will help cycling. Six times Tour De France entrant, Stephen Hodge, will MC the forum. Speakers will include representatives from ACT Labor, the Canberra Liberals and the ACT Greens. Everyone interested in cycling, Canberra and the community is invited to attend.

The forum will be at 7.30pm – 9.00pm on Tuesday 7 October, at the Johnson Auditorium in Pilgrim House (Corner of Northbourne Avenue and Rudd Street in Civic).

More information is on the Pedal Power website here

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Velocipator 6:41 pm 03 Oct 08

To the best of my knowledge, Pedal Power invited all candidates and sitting members to attend the forum.

Pandy 6:12 pm 04 Oct 08

@ ACT Light Rail

As I said, read the archives.

As for Jonathon, he raised the issue that Pedal Power is some sort of Labor Party stooge. And he has in this forumn constantly taking swipes at Labor and not the Libs. Got to do something that he sought preselection as a Liberal candidate for this coming election?

ricketyclik 10:18 pm 06 Oct 08

Independent bike path along the corridor of the GDE/Caswell Drive ala M7 in Sydney please 🙂

sepi 11:00 pm 06 Oct 08

They could always have the footpath on one side of the road for cyclists, and the other side for walking.

Davo111 2:23 am 07 Oct 08

I’ll assume that was sarcasm. 🙂

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