ON DEMAND TRANSPORT IS HERE

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ON DEMAND TRANSPORT IS HERE

Sydney commuters are set for even more choice, with the launch of the first ever series of On Demand public transport trials that bring the bus to you. Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance said the trials were a first for NSW, and would transform the daily commute for people across Sydney. 

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Talk it out!

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Talk it out!

A series of talks focusing on sustainable growth brought to you by The City of Ryde in collaboration with Macquarie University will commence on 9th August.

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Just train it

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Just train it

It’s not your imagination, traffic is increasing on the weekends. To accommodate this upsurge in demand Transport for NSW is beefing up weekend train services. 

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Perks of pairing up

Ever wondered what it feels like to find a rideshare buddy that suits you to a T? Well, wonder no more… we have a few inspiring stories to share...

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Who is the Whiz?

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Who is the Whiz?

With 577 competition entries - this was a nail biting competition! The aim of the quiz was to increase awareness of the latest road rules aimed at saving cyclists lives  - and hopefully saving drivers hundreds of dollars in fines.

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Wilga Park Survey

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Wilga Park Survey

Now is the time to have your say on how you and your colleagues would like to use Wilga Park before, during and after work. The City of Ryde is seeking your feedback on the upgrade plans to help them finalise a design that will provide you with a space you can enjoy. 

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1 metre matters

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1 metre matters

Drivers, bicycle riders and pedestrians all need to Go Together safely. We should all respect each other's space and ensure that everyone stays safe. On average, 11 bicycle riders are killed and 1500 seriously injured in NSW each year.

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2P parking trial

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2P parking trial

The City of Ryde advised a 2P or 2-hour parking trial in Macquarie Park will begin on Monday 20 March 2017 for six months.

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Earth Hour 2017 - Celebrating 10 Years

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Earth Hour 2017 - Celebrating 10 Years

Now celebrated in over 170 countries, and over 7,000 cities, with over 6 million Australians (1 in 4) taking part*, Earth Hour has one mission: to unite people to protect the planet and show they care about its future.

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