Our small team works with our local council, the City of Port Phillip, to get more people cycling through safer and better roads and paths. We also advocate to VicRoads and the surrounding councils. If you have noticed something that needs to change, we recommend contacting CoPP or VicRoads directly, but please cc us so we can add our efforts to yours.
Latest advocacy news is on our blog.
HOW TO REPORT AN ISSUE
To City of Port Phillip: contact details.
To VicRoads: report a road issue.
via SnapSendSolve: this app will direct your feedback to the relevant authority.
If the response is not satisfactory, please let us know.
PP BUG take our local councillors on rides so that together we can see how to improve local conditions for cyclists. Some previous rides are described here.
Our advocacy is limited by the capacity of our small volunteer team: your help would be welcomed. Next meeting details here.
OUR BIG LIST OF ADVOCACY ISSUES. Here is a spreadsheet with many of the issues that we’ve been working on recently.
Submissions to Council and other bodies.
Submission to City of Port Phillip on the Draft Domain Precinct Masterplan, August 2019, in which we argue for separated bike lanes the full length of Park St. Additional submission, in which we argue for interim parking-protected lanes on Park St.
Submission to City of Port Phillip on the Council Plan and Draft Budget, 2019
Submission to City of Port Phillip on the Council Plan and Draft Budget, 2018.
Submission to City of Port Phillip on the Council’s integrated transport strategy