On this weeks program: Chris discusses last weeks Guardian Cities article "Sydney's 'war on cyclists': 'I got fined $106 for not having a bell'" and influence of ongoing wedge politics and running interference in Australia's biggest city regarding sustainable transport options. This weeks interview: Richmond residents Aly MacDonald and Jeremy Lawrence talk about their innovative proposal, the Mondring for Swan Street/Punt Road intersection, complementing the Streamlining Hoddle Street intersection redevelopment. Mondring is an elevated path, based on Hovenring in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Local news includes last days to make your online entry to the 2016 Single Speed Worlds (SSWC) in Woodend, upcoming Fyxo Swap Meet at Rooftop Carpark and Squeaky Wheel's Pushy Women training for Yarra on 18 September at Fitzroy High School.
Chris, Faith, Val and Steve