Sydney businesses ride to better productivity

Sydney businesses ride to better productivity

Monday, February 6th, 2017 | Business, Transport

Thousands of Sydney workers will enjoy less stress and boost their productivity this March by taking part in the Sydney Rides Challenge. The four-week challenge gets businesses competing for the most staff riding bikes and promotes a healthy and active … Continued

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New plaza to mark former convict’s military career

New plaza to mark former convict’s military career

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016 | Culture, Development, Other, Transport

A new open space linking Barangaroo and Wynyard Station could soon be named Napoleon Plaza in recognition of a convict transported for stealing two watches. Francis Girard (1793–1859) was one of Sydney’s first successful businesspeople, major employers and commercial developers, … Continued

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Sydney start-ups find two-wheeled success

Sydney start-ups find two-wheeled success

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 | Business, Other, Transport

Sydney is in a two-wheeled business boom, with an increasing number of savvy entrepreneurs using the humble bike for success. New cycling start-ups have joined dozens of bike shops, cafes and retailers, establishing the city as an ideal marketplace for … Continued

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Targeting Sydney’s car-dooring black spots

Targeting Sydney’s car-dooring black spots

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 | Transport

A major new safety awareness campaign is underway as Kings Cross, Newtown and Surry Hills are revealed as Sydney’s car dooring black spots. Seventy four car-dooring incidents were reported across the city in four years, with locations on William Street, … Continued

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Free 15-minute parking a proven success

Free 15-minute parking a proven success

Thursday, June 30th, 2016 | Business, Community, Transport

Sydney shoppers will continue to benefit from free 15-minute parking on retail main streets, with the City of Sydney extending its popular parking trial a further two years. Demand for the free 15-minute tickets continues to grow, with more than … Continued

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Walking a top priority in Green Square

Walking a top priority in Green Square

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 | Development, Sustainability, Transport

Three pedestrian only streets are planned for Green Square’s town centre to help make walking the best way to get around Sydney’s fastest growing urban precinct. Fellmonger Place to the north of the plaza will become an ‘eat street’ filled … Continued

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