The City of Melbourne is committed to becoming a cycling city, with a safe and easy bicycle network for cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Premium bike lanes will be built on Elizabeth Street between the Haymarket roundabout and Queensberry Street.
Our action plan for bicycle infrastructure and programs aims to make Melbourne safer and more attractive for current and future cyclists.
We are interested in discussing the proposed design for this important bicycle route through the central city with you and seeking your thoughts.
Our new road safety program asks walkers, cyclists, drivers and motorcycle riders to Share Our Streets.
Princes Bridge bicycle lane
Where to ride
Cycling City eNewsletter
La Trobe Street bicycle lanes
Getting around by bike
If you’re in the city and you need to get from one end of town to the other, the quickest way to travel might well be by bike.
See more Bike Share
Businesses that encourage staff to cycle to work benefit from increased productivity as a result of improved fitness and mental health.
See more Cycle to work
Bicycle facilities are an important enabler to encourage people to cycle.
See more Where to park your bike
To make cycling to the city easier, the City of Melbourne and the Department of Transport have provided a bike pod in City Square.
See more Bike pod at City Square
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