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Cycling safety: the statistics

Deborah Gough It's day two of an eight-day blitz on bike users in Melbourne's inner north and south-east, where police are cracking down on bicycle-related infringments.

Bicycle lights the key to improving safety: researcher

Deborah Gough Police are stabbing in the dark if they are trying to improve cycling safety with a blitz on red-light runners and those who don't wear helmets, one of the country's leading researchers into cycling...

The wall, and why it collapsed

Swanston

Royce Millar and Deborah Gough A sign spruiking the latest mega-development for the landmark CUB site on Swanston Street appears to have been a key factor in the collapse of the wall that killed three passers-by last week.

Wheels turn very slowly as anti-Lycra brigade cruises gently into town

Sue Tyrie

Deborah Gough Secondary school teacher Sue Tyrie believes if she cannot sing while she cycles to and from work, she is riding too fast.

Station staff do not deter thugs

Railway station

Deborah Gough More than three-quarters of all reported attacks at Melbourne train stations occur at staffed facilities.