Edward Mandla
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Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore rolls on despite bike lanes and bike racks going unused

Published On: 16/09/2013

Undeterred by virtually unused bike lanes and an abandoned bike parking allotment at an inner-city shopping centre, Lord Mayor Clover Moore's latest bid to peddle her cycle-centric message will transform a Federation-era Oxford St building into a bike culture hub.

Liberal councillor Edward Mandla said the council "crashed through bike lanes resulting in a disjointed and unsafe cycling network".

" Once again, the City is rushing through the Bike Hub before the community realises a great piece of historical property is being squandered," he said.

"The successful tenderer will have to balance a range of conflicting cycling activities including running community bike events, host films and talks, conduct repairs, sell bikes, rent bikes, be a one-stop shop for cycling information, manage industry groups as well as sell coffee and cakes," he said.

Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore rolls on despite bike lanes and bike racks going unused

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