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A new public bike pump and repair station—one of Melbourne’s first—is now ready for use on Dawson Street, outside the Brunswick Baths and just off the Upfield Bike Path. The station includes allen keys, tyre levers, screwdrivers and wrenches.
Michael O’Reilly of The Age argues that it’s time something be done about the lack of cycling infrastructure on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The bridge is crossed by more than 2,000 bike riders each day, and they currently have to push their bikes up five steep flights of stairs.
A disused rail track to Sydney’s Mortuary Station that was once used to transport mourners and the deceased to Sydney cemeteries may be…
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