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When I first arrived in Sydney in October of , construction was underway. As with any infrastructure project, it was a bit of a nuisance and lots of people complained but almost a year later it has transformed Bourke Street into a bustling promenade. As with many urban infrastructure projects there is controversy. The New South Wales NSW Premier has now publicly stated that he has a different vision for the cycleways and who should control the continued development of the network.
Certainly many car-centric citizens also oppose the bike lanes, a familiar problem in NYC where cars, pedestrians and cyclists are completely oblivious of one another. While these new bicycle interventions can create a bit of confusion and frustration I have nearly been bulldozed by a cyclist on more than one occasion and they can really disrupt traffic , time will allow the unfamiliar to become familiar. Sydney has sampled from bicycle friendly cities around the world such as Copenhagen and Amsterdam, long famous for their biking culture, or New York and Paris who have only more recently incorporated the bike into the urban environment to create its own system that will hopefully, as planned, continue to evolve and grow as part of Sydney , a vision to make Sydney a more sustainable city.
The lanes are already reducing congestion on roads and public transportation, cutting emissions while improving public health by making people more active. The city has done a great job to help encourage the use of the network providing free cycling courses, hosting cycling events throughout the city, and even providing route maps for inner city paths including the Foodies Ride , the Inner West Art Ride and more.
Stretching 4. The newly paved cycleways provide riders with their own two-way dedicated lanes. Climbing steep hills, passing through industrial, commercial and residential neighborhoods, juxtaposing both garbage and glamour, the chic and seedy, the route stitches together snapshots of Sydney life.
It alone has activated its surroundings, generating business, while changing the relationship between pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle. The route begins or ends in Woolloomooloo , historically a lower-working class dockland district, recently gentrified into a new, exclusive waterfront neighborhood. Woolloomooloo is a nice place to spend a couple of hours exploring.