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Greener Cities Towards A Greener Future

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Greener Cities Towards A Greener Future

Our need for greener cities has never been greater. All over the world, cities are now employing sustainable strategies to better help the environment and people who live in metropolitan areas. Since the green movement and scientists’ undeniable evidence of climate change, electric trams are replacing vehicle traffic to reduce carbon emissions and pollution which characteristically comes from metropolises. By planting green strips alongside tram tracks, cities further our green future by reducing the amount of heat emanating from buildings and  ...read more

Accor Hangs Ned Kelly Bike Racks

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Accor Hangs Ned Kelly Bike Racks

Accor Hotels in Melbourne recently upgraded their underground parking facilities by installing Ned Kelly Bike Racks in the car park of their Southbank location. By giving guests the option to ride around and enjoy the various bike paths in and around the city, Accor Hotels has ensured their guests can reduce greenhouse emissions while also seeing the best of what Melbourne has to offer. The NK2000 by Ned Kelly Bike Racks provides space-saving parking solutions to businesses and councils Australia-wide. With a range of sizes and installations available, Ned Kel  ...read more

On Track to a Greener Future

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On Track to a Greener Future

Victorian builders and construction companies have been at the edge of their seats since the Victorian government proposed a $50-billion train line (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-28/melbourne-suburban-train-loop-promised-by-labor/10172184) to link Melbourne’s outer suburbs. The proposed train line will span from Cheltenham to Werribee for 90 kilometres, linking outer suburbs to each other and has been described as “the biggest public transport project in Australian history.” What does this mean for Melbourne? More business opportunities: Businesses a  ...read more

Saving Space For a Fitter Future

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Saving Space For a Fitter Future

Australia’s population continues to rise. Estimates from the United Nations on Wednesday delivered us a number just short of 25 million people, revealing a solid increase of over 300,000 since last year. Our larger cities’ CBD’s and university campuses are certainly noticing the increase. It’s a good thing for both tourism and education that our hot spots are so active but it does raise some issues. Notably, the lack of space for securing of bikes. If there isn’t somewhere to safely chain up bikes people may stop riding them. Less pe  ...read more

Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

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Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

The tram corridor on St Kilda Road and Swanston Street is one of the busiest in the world. It’s also Melbourne’s most crowded and a notorious stop for commuters. The proposed new interchange, named ANZAC Station, will include what the City of Melbourne has called a “super stop”, which will reduce pressure on vehicles, trams and trains by allowing access via four entry points to bike and pedestrian paths, tram stops and a train station, all in the one place. NJM Group supports City of Melbourne taking positive steps towards a cleane  ...read more

Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

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Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

The City of Melbourne recently announced its charismatic Queen Victoria Market will be awarded with $250 million in upgrades over the next five years. The historical 140-year-old market is considered by many as the “heart of Melbourne” and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. The façade in Vic Market's food hall will be restored and so will its iconic Victoria and Elizabeth Street terraces. In keeping its heritage though, City of Melbourne has promised there will “never be a supermarket or large franchise” to accom  ...read more

Getting around campus the easy way

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Getting around campus the easy way

Australian Bike Share, a division of NJM Group, is proud to present a new and innovative app based bike sharing system that offers geo fence parking, fleet control, and keyless locking. There are two components to the system: Our innovative NJM lock and an app. The NJM Lock features a built-in GPS and Bluetooth. It is hard mounted onato each bike in the bike sharing system. The locks communicate a range of important information to the app, such as location, travel history and tamper warnings. This is useful for the administrator who can keep track of his fleet at all times, locate  ...read more

Australia’s biggest ride is a reminder of our strong bicycle culture

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Australia’s biggest ride is a reminder of our strong bicycle culture

It’s no surprise Around the Bay in a Day has become Australia’s most iconic one day bicycle ride. With nine ride options and seven ride distances ranging between 25 and 250 kilometres, there is something for every age and fitness level. It’s the perfect event for everyone, from competitive bicycle teams to families that just want to enjoy their time outdoors. This Sunday, Around the Bay celebrates its 25th ride, showcasing just how cemented bicycle culture has become around Australia. More and more of us jump on the bike for transportation or   ...read more

oBike tipping a dangerous scale

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oBike tipping a dangerous scale

Earlier this month Melbourne’s Lord Mayor, Robert Doyle announced he had enough of oBike’s and threatened to have them removed from the city. "We work hard to keep the city free of clutter. They are clutter and that must be fixed," Cr Doyle said. "Frankly I'm tired of seeing them left on various footpaths in and around the city, either left where their journey ended, or occupying public bike parks”. "As a keen cyclist, I'm all for more bikes and increasing the amount of trips made on two wheels, however we have a better solution in the already e  ...read more

Dockless bikes compromising public safety in Melbourne

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Dockless bikes compromising public safety in Melbourne

When you walk down the streets these days, silver and yellow bikes seem to be everywhere. Many are parked at bike hoops, while others have been carelessly thrown against a wall or parked at random on the foot path. Made by Singaporean company oBike, the dockless bikes are just an unsolicited test batch. Hundreds more of them are waiting in Nunawading to be distributed in Melbourne after the official launch. Unlike the well-organized blue Melbourne Bike Share Service, there are no designated docking stations for oBikes. Instead, cyclists have to park them in “any lo  ...read more







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