Our obsession with speed and our reliance on cars as a supposedly fast mode of transport may be an underlying cause of our lack of time, writes Paul Tranter.
Surely it would be irresponsible to do anything but continue down the path of making cycling safer. Keeping helmets and building more cycleways is unquestionably the way to go, write Jake Olivier, Scott Walter and Raphael Grzebieta.
The combined effect of compulsory helmets for riders and providing cycleways and other infrastructure has reduced by about half the serious head-injuries associated with cycling in NSW.
A recent report had cycling rates in Australia declining over the past 25 years. But a re-analysis of the data shows a very different result, according to UNSW experts.
Para-cyclist and mechanical engineering student Alexandra Green has been selected for the London Paralympics team.
Para-cyclist and engineering student Alexandra Green has won gold at the world championships, putting her on track for selection for the London Paralympics team.
Bicycle-related head injuries fell significantly in the months after mandatory helmet laws came into effect, and calls for a repeal should be rejected, new research shows.
A study to find out where, when and how cyclists ride and the incidents they experience will provide evidence for future government transport policy and planning, UNSW researchers say.
UNSW Built Environment student and elite cyclist Lauren Kitchen is a national champion after powerful performances at the recent Australian Open Road Championships.
Cycling on busy roads at night could become much safer thanks to a new "Firefly" bike light invented by UNSW design graduate James Morton.