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09 Nov 2017

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Tract Consultants ride into Southbank

Having recently moved its headquarters to Riverside Quay in Southbank, Tract Consultants celebrated its new space last month by participating in Bicycle Network Victoria’s Ride-to-Work Day.

The town planning, urban design and landscape architecture specialists recently made the switch to Southbank from their well-known Lennox St address in Richmond.

As part of the relocation, Tract has retrofitted four-basement car parking spaces to enable over 50 personal lockers and more than 40 bike storage spaces in addition to the shared “end of trip facilities” provided within the Mirvac development.

As a long supporter of the Ride-to-Work Day event, more than 50 Tract Consultants staff saw no better way to celebrate their new facilities than by riding to work on October 18!

A long supporter of the event, Tract continues to encourage its growing workforce to seek healthy and sustainable modes of transport to work, with over a quarter of its Melbourne staff choosing to ride each day.

Tract told Southbank Local News that it looked forward to continuing to support the yearly event, and introducing itself to the broader Southbank community over the coming months.

tract.com.au

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