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Bike lane to be increased

16 Apr 2013

The plan to double the bike lane width on St Kilda Rd and over the Princes Bridge has had a boost, with support given from VicRoads.

As part of the expanded and improved bike network being created by the City of Melbourne, the council will need to give final approval. That approval is looking closer than ever after a meeting with stakeholders and work could begin as early as June.

The Princes Bridge is a notoriously busy stretch of road for both motorists and cyclists, so it will be interesting to see how the extended bike lanes will effect the flow of both kinds of traffic.

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