Greens’ bikes and walking commitment a revolution for a clean transport future

01 Jun 2016

The Greens have announced a $250 million annual Active Transport Fund for bikes and walking infrastructure, to cut pollution, reduce traffic congestion and encourage physical activity.


Turnbull fails to get wheels turning on bike funding

04 May 2016

Turnbull has let down people who ride bikes - or who want to ride bikes - with nothing in the federal budget for cycling.


The Greens vision for active transport

17 Mar 2016

Senator Rice outlines the Greens vision to make it easier and safer for people to travel by bike and by foot.


Greens back Fund Our Future campaign for outer suburbs

01 Feb 2016

The Australian Greens have thrown support behind a plan that ensures people living in the expanding outer suburbs of Australia’s capital cities have access to the same services of inner-city residents.


Estimates: implementation of the National Cycling Strategy

19 Oct 2015

Senator Rice asks what's happening with the National Cycling Strategy.



10 Oct 2015 | 10:00 am

Cyclists around Australia are fed up with being endangered, ignored and neglected by governments. All bike riders can now share your experiences of our nation’s Bike Blackspots and help us demonstrate why cycling funding is urgently needed.


More roads are not the answer to our transport woes

24 Jun 2015

After a federal budget with no new funding for public transport, and a deal between Labor and the Coalition to increase the fuel excise without giving people the option of getting out of their car, Janet Rice puts the case for affirmative action to fund train, tram and bus infrastructure, as well as facilities for walkers and cyclists.


Estimates: any money for walking or cycling?

28 May 2015

Janet Rice asks the National Capital Authority about whether there is any federal funding for active transport infrastructure.


The Women’s Ride – Docklands Hub

12 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am

Celebrate women's bike riding with live music, massages, food and speeches from other women riders, including Senator Janet Rice.

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