Pedestrian Forum

Canberra Pedestrian Forum: December Meeting (14 December 2009)

The Canberra Pedestrian Forum represents and promotes our rights and interests as pedestrians in Canberra, in much the same way that the NRMA, Pedal Power and the Motorcycle Riders Association represent our interests as drivers and riders. Their next public meeting will be Date: Monday 14December 2009 Time: 19:00-21:00 Venue: Conservation Council, 3 Childers St, Acton They will be undertaking a Strategic Planning Workshop to develop a Vision, Mission, Aims and Objectives for the Canberra Pedestrian Forum (or its successor).

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Canberra Pedestrian Forum: November Meeting (24 November 2009)

The Canberra Pedestrian Forum represents and promotes our rights and interests as pedestrians in Canberra, in much the same way that the NRMA, Pedal Power and the Motorcycle Riders Association represent our interests as drivers and riders. Their next public meeting will be Date: 24 November 2009 Time: 17:30-19:30 Venue: Meeting Room 3, Griffin Centre, 20 Genge St Civic. They  will be considering their priorities for the ACT Road Safety Strategy 2011-2016, and whether to re-shape the Forum to maximise its long-term effectiveness at promoting pedestrian interests.

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Poll: Motorbike Parking on Footpaths – What do you think?

The ACT Government has invited the Canberra Pedestrian Forum to participate in a working group on motorcycle parking on footpaths, this Thursday 22 October. Please let them know (before Thursday if possible) whether you agree or disagree with their initial thoughts: [polldaddy poll=2138463]

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Canberra Pedestrian Forum: Submission to Australian Road Rules

The Canberra Pedestrian Forum represents and promotes our rights and interests as pedestrians in Canberra, in much the same way that the NRMA, Pedal Power and the Motorcycle Riders Association represent our interests as drivers and riders. They have made the following submission in relation to the Australian Road Rules 9th amendment package, relating to Rule 232: Crossing a road at traffic lights. The Submission is reproduced below:

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