Port BUG Bulletin – July.

Harbour Loop 'Bike & Bike' Path under construction.

Harbour Loop ‘Bike & Bike’ Path under construction.

Port Adelaide’s Harbour Loop Update: The construction of the inner harbour loop path is progressing on Jenkins Street (adjacent to the Birkenhead Bridge and old Yacht Club) and around Shed 26, north of the Port River. The works are currently focusing on putting in the infrastructure for lighting before the surface works begin. The loop path is expected to be finished by the end of the year. http://www.ourport.com.au/Activation/HikeBikeLoop.aspx

Port BUG meets with dune-care groups at Tennyson.

Port BUG meets with dune-care groups at Tennyson.

Coastal Path at Tennyson: The Port BUG has been engaged in consultation and discussions with the City of Charles Sturt and CCS BUG as well as with a number of coastal ecology and resident interest groups regarding the completion of this key stretch of Adelaide’s Coastal Park. The area is unique on the Adelaide plains and contains remnant dunes of great ecological and cultural significance. The BUG will be actively involved in further consultations and is developing a position paper which we will post at our web site asap.

Winter Commuting Assistance: Meteye – the Bureau of Meteorology’s new experimental high resolution service looks useful for winter bicycle users. Check out the rain forecasts at: http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/meteye/

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